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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