It’s Siri for lawyers and accountants. Ask Ailira a question about Australian tax law and she will scan through millions of uploaded documents and use her artificial intelligence nous to deliver an answer.
– The Australian
Ailira, our Artificially Intelligent Legal Information Research Assistant, is here to help you with your legal problems. You chat with her just as you a human lawyer. You can ask her questions, and she may ask you questions back to help guide you to helpful legal information. She can help you create documents, and if need be speak with a human lawyer to review those documents and information provided to you.
Robots like Ailira aren’t able to offer legal advice…yet. But she is able to offer you helpful legal information, and can also help you have a human lawyer give legal advice – in a much more efficient and cost-effective manner
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Do you need help with writing your will and want an easy, fast explanation or guidance? Ailira helps individuals solve their legal issues using plain English language.
Our platform can help you create help and information chatbots for your legal site using our AI-driven flows. We also support students by providing free accounts.
Taxation and Law Research
Ailira enables law and tax professionals to research faster and more efficiently. Ailira has been trained Australian Federal Tax Law and is currently being taught State taxes and broader Australian Laws.
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“To the question whether AI software like Ailira will eventually replace lawyers, Adrian Cartland ( Founder) replies with a perfect analogy:-
“Our end goal, as I see it, is to create R2D2. He can calculate hyperspace jumps, help the X-Wing fly, but ultimately he is always second to Luke Skywalker, the hero. AI is R2D2.”
“Was this the legal sector’s “Kodak moment”?
The event that signalled the beginning of the end: “The people of Darwin can just about take the law into their own hands, with a new legal firm going lawyer-free,” ABC News recently.”
“With a few clicks of a button, a client can enter their details and will then be asked a few simple questions by, before the robot generates a fully certified will, using the Ailira system.”
Management University’s School of Law have used Ailira’s legal chatbot to learn about the design and development of legal chatbots. These students were taught by Zaid Hamzah, an Adjunct Faculty who teaches a program on Legal AI at the Law School.
“My students have benefited from learning about legal AI especially how to design and develop a legal chatbot”, said Zaid Hamzah
“It has been a good experience for my students”