Atrium, in existence for about 14 months, is a full-service law firm. That's not news, of course. Partners get mad at each other all the time and a group leaves in a huff and opens their own full-service law firm.
Through a combination of software and humans (half its employees are lawyers) it has systematized many processes which when done manually were slow and expensive.
Its target market right now is the startup. For them, its AI:
Conducts hiring, and
Creates commercial contracts.
It has attracted $65 million in funding.
Of course, the Atrium model will eliminate many jobs in the legal sector. The robots are here.
Here are more details from The Guardian.
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