On Wednesday, Thomson Reuters announced a host of generative artificial intelligence integrations across its suite of tools, marking the first fruits of its Casetext acquisition.

Starting Wednesday, Thomson Reuters’ new AI-Assisted Research on Westlaw Precision, which leverages various large language models—some proprietary, others third-party—will be available to all existing subscribers at no additional cost, said Mike Dahn, the head of product management at Thomson Reuters, at a media briefing held on Tuesday.

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