The legal industry is struggling to protect their biggest asset: knowledge. Too much knowledge gets lost, and too much of lawyers’ time is wasted on searching for it.
Narus is an intelligent industry-wide knowledge management platform for lawyers. With their proprietary knowledge graph and by harnessing the power of machine learning, their solution can distinguish in daily communication what is legal know-how and what is not, and then automatically categorise and logically connect hundreds and thousands of knowledge nuggets. This turns a burdensome and dull process into a real breeze.
Flora Suen-Krujatz is a former Linklaters London knowledge lawyer with a decade of experience
Yiyang Shao is an award-winning programmer specialised in machine learning.