Brainspace brings AI to bear on legal (and illegal) language analysis

At the recent EmTech Digital conference in San Francisco, Brainspace CEO Dave Copps described how his artificial intelligence (AI) company built a machine learning tool that scours natural language unstructured texts and semistructured data to find new insights for enterprises. He said that it’s ...

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