Slaughters teams up with Autonomy founder on AI pilot
Slaughter and May has joined forces with technology fund Invoke Capital to test the company’s new Luminance software as part of a pilot programme. Invoke Capital is led by Mike Lynch, known for his role as founder of Autonomy.
The software is designed to streamline legal due diligence by using AI to process and understand large quantities of legal documents. Steve Cooke, senior partner at Slaughters, has overseen the Invoke partnership, and worked with corporate partner Gary Earborn on the firm’s HP deal.
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