Graduates develop lead generation chatbot for law firms

24 Jul 2017

The group of Cambridge graduates behind LawBot, the chatbot they developed while studying for their degrees, have relaunched the project as a lead generation network for law firms combining case outcome prediction algorithms with a machine-learning client selection filter.

LawBot started off as a project to help victims of crime after Ludwig Bull, the original founder, realised when volunteering for a pro bono initiative on sexual offences that existing material designed to help victims wasn’t as user friendly as it could be. Six weeks later, in late 2016, and with just £300 of investment, it was up and running.

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