Artificial intelligence (AI) is one of those topics that leaves lawyers either in awe of possibility or rolling their eyes at the thought of a robot lawyer. Yet for many on either side of the aisle, AI remains incomprehensible, leaving professionals fearful and even frustrated. And this mix is dangerous when trying to get stakeholders on board with purchasing.

Legal services provider Clutch Group is betting it can get around the legal industry’s aversion to AI, and its approach is simple: partner with widely used brands in legal technology to consolidate multiple data analytics services into a single application. Today, the company announced that for the past nine months, it has been working on new AI solutions for e-discovery, compliance, litigation and surveillance with Brainspace, Nuix and kCura.

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