(Adnkronos) – New Artificial Intelligence Tool Completes First-Draft Research Memos, Builds Arguments, Summarizes Documents and More, with Global Coverage  LONDON, Oct. 17, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Global legal intelligence company vLex today released a groundbreaking suite of AI tools in its award-winning assistant Vincent AI, creating the world's most comprehensive AI legal research platform. vLex launched the suite of large language model (LLM) tools this morning in an invitation-only beta, and will roll them out to additional users in the coming months. Vincent AI is a significant step forward for AI-powered legal analysis, because it is based on one of the world's largest online law libraries. vLex contains the law of more than 110 nations, and includes more than 1 billion cases, statutes, regulations, dockets, pleadings and motions in its collection. Vincent AI also uses secondary materials and expert treatises, many of which have expert analysis not included in other tools. The new Vincent AI tools already work in the United Kingdom, the United States, Ireland, and Spain, in English and Spanish, with more jurisdictions to be added on a rolling basis. "AI tools are only as good as the data they rely on," said vLex CEO Lluís Faus, "and the vLex law library is one of the largest collections of structured law on the planet, including leading expert commentary. That leads to unprecedented insights for legal tasks. For legal LLMs, this release is a major improvement. It is as big as the jump from ChatGPT to GPT4. The results are astonishing." Capabilities Vincent AI accepts questions in natural language, conducts research in primary and secondary sources, presents a customizable source list, summaries of research and verifiable hyperlinks, and then creates research memos or arguments from the results in different formats. For the beta launch, Vincent AI will include 8 skills: For legal professionals, this is a major step forward in AI-enhanced legal practice. "Vincent AI is not just a new product; it's a revolutionary approach that diverges from the path tread by conventional case law providers." said Chad Ergun, Chief Information Officer of Denver-based Davis, Graham & Stubbs. "In the dynamic and ever-expanding market of GenAI, it's not just innovation we seek, but also unexplored angles. Vincent AI may just be the fresh perspective the industry has been awaiting. I'm thoroughly impressed." As advanced as the new suite of Vincent AI tools are, legal professionals will find them easier to use than traditional legal research tools. "What's great about this product is that lawyers will immediately recognize it — saying 'I know what that is' — drastically reducing or eliminating any learning curve," said Scott Rechtschaffen, Shareholder and Chief Knowledge Officer of San Francisco-based Littler. Building Confidence with AI To safeguard against the dangers of unconstrained LLMs, Vincent AI sources authorities directly from our vast database of authoritative legal sources including case law, statutory and regulatory information, and secondary sources. Vincent AI draws its answers only from real cases and real legal materials — offering unparalleled trust and verification. vLex's comprehensive sources, coupled with the company's AI-powered search functionality, means that Vincent AI translates natural language questions into a complete and thorough search: identifying trusted data that a manual search may have left unnoticed. With Vincent AI, legal professionals experience unparalleled efficiency, accuracy, and comprehensive legal insights: "We are proud to launch this new feature, built using the largest collections of legal information in the world – to answer questions reliably in a way that no other provider can," said Robin Chesterman, Global Head of Product, vLex. "Vincent AI is now the only tool on the market that can build arguments and answer research questions in different jurisdictions, using verified, customizable sources to ensure responsible, ethical, and accurate performance." Join the waitlist With search, summarization, and now interactive assistive features, Vincent AI can identify related documents from around the world in a matter of seconds, generating accurate summaries by generating headnotes and identifying the key legal issues, as well as answering research questions. Law firms wishing to be notified as Vincent AI's new skills become available may join the waitlist via the new vLex Insights Program at www.vlex.com/insights. About vLex vLex is a global legal intelligence platform that provides legal professionals with access to the most extensive collection of legal and regulatory information worldwide, all on one award-winning and unique platform. After its April 2023 merger with Fastcase, vLex now includes the Fastcase, Docket Alarm and NextChapter brands. Trusted by more than two million lawyers, researchers, government departments, and law schools worldwide, vLex offers comprehensive and intuitive access to the law in more than 200 jurisdictions through an intelligent, AI-powered legal research platform. Recognized by the Legaltech Breakthrough Awards as the Overall Legal Research Solution Provider of the Year 2022, vLex is a leader in legal AI and global intelligence. The recent merger with Fastcase has furthered vLex's commitment to developing AI-driven solutions for the world's legal industry, and delivering the world's largest global law library of over one billion legal documents on a single platform, to enable legal professionals to work smarter and find relevant insights faster. For more information about vLex, visit www.vlex.com. Photo – https://mma.prnewswire.com/media/2248314/vLex_Vincent_AI.jpgLogo – https://mma.prnewswire.com/media/2248313/vLex_Logo.jpg  
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