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Eve boosts legal profession with AI and LLMs

October 25, 2023

Have you ever wondered how lawyers do their work? They have to read a lot of documents, find relevant information, and make arguments based on facts and laws. Sounds boring, right? Well, not anymore! A new startup called Eve is using artificial intelligence (AI) to help lawyers be more productive and efficient.

Eve is a platform that uses large language models (LLMs) to handle legal tasks like document review, case analysis, client intake and research. LLMs are powerful AI systems that can generate natural language texts based on prompts or queries. You may have heard of ChatGPT, one of the most famous LLMs developed by OpenAI, a research organization. Eve uses similar technology to create texts that are specific to the legal profession.

Eve comes with a set of apps that can automate various use cases for litigation, transactional law and specific practice areas. For example, Eve can help lawyers review contracts, draft motions, answer legal questions, and find relevant precedents. Eve can also be customized and fine-tuned for different practice areas and applications. Eve is designed to be easy to use and integrate with existing workflows. Lawyers don't need any engineering skills to use Eve.

Eve was founded in 2020 by Jay Madheswaran, Matt Noe and David Zeng, all veterans of the tech industry. They had a vision to harness the power of LLMs to shake up the legal profession. They believe that Eve can help lawyers save time and money, and focus on more creative and strategic aspects of their work.

Eve recently emerged from stealth with $14 million from Lightspeed Ventures and Menlo Ventures, two prominent venture capital firms. Eve is currently in beta testing with several law firms and plans to launch publicly soon.

Eve is an example of how AI can transform various industries and professions. AI can help us do our work better, faster and easier. AI can also create new opportunities and challenges for us. What do you think of Eve? Would you trust an AI to help you with legal matters? Let us know in the comments below! Check out the original artical below and stay tuned for more of the latest news in all things AI.

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