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Build Your Own Legal Chatbot Using The Ailira Platform

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Ailira Law Chatbot Build Platform

Build Your Own Legal Chatbot

RATES SHEET

BRONZE – $49 – 100 users
Simple information chatbot only

SILVER – $99 – 300 users per month
x2 chatbots, free 50 documents generation included

GOLD – $249 – 3000  5 chatbots
5 hours of building help + 3h every month, 500 documents

PLATINUM
Let’s talk – we will build integrate and manage for you

ALL LAW STUDENTS & LEGAL ACADEMICS CAN REGISTER FOR FREE

Contact:  sean@cartlandlaw.com

Video Tutorial: How To Build A Law Chatbot Using The Ailira Platform

PDF Instructions & Tutorial

Learn more about building chatbots in this general resource section.

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TESTIMONIALS

Ailira 

Artificial Intelligence Legal Information Research Assistant

HARVARD JOURNAL OF LAW & TECHNOLOGY 

Ailira is the latest development latest in A2J providers. “It can help clients with consumer legal advice from wills to business structuring and asset protection, as well as tax professionals for tax law research. With a few clicks of a button, a client can enter their details and will then be asked a few simple questions by Ailira, before the robot generates a fully certified will.” Cool. 

THE CENTRE FOR LEGAL INNOVATION 

“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.” 

“The good news: we will be able to reduce the price of legal services, meaning we massively increase the amount of law that is demanded. We will hugely increase the pie and increase access to justice.” 

AUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION

For $150, a chatbot called Ailira will help you make a will — and since the service began in November last year, hundreds of people have used it.

LEGAL FUTURES 

Ailira Founder, Mr Cartland said Ailira was similar to Siri, Apple’s iPhone AI personal assistant, “but with a focused and deep understanding of the law”. Like Siri it could ask and answer questions, performing both as a ‘decision-tree chatbot’ and one with natural language capabilities. 

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