When Kayvan Alikhani, co-founder and CEO of San Francisco-based Compliance.ai, surveyed general counsel at U.S. companies, they told him they were overwhelmed by the sheer volume of regulatory changes by state and federal agencies.

So his company came up with a way to use lawyers, law professors and law students to collaborate on a workflow automation tool for U.S.-based financial services companies, exchanging their work for experience with, and free use of, the company’s AI.

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