Legal research database eDiscovery Assistant announced its first generative artificial intelligence integration on Monday.

Kelly Twigger, principal at ESI Attorneys, an information law and e-discovery law firm in Colorado, and CEO of eDiscovery Assistant told Legaltech News that the latest integration is focused toward providing summaries of cases within the platform. However, the coming months will see more use cases.

eDiscovery Assistant. Courtesy photo

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