IN ADVANCE OF the AIWORLD conference & EXPO (DECEMBER 3-5, 2018, in boston), AITRENDS POSTeD “On DL Patents and Legal in AI: Catching Up with Intraspexion CEO Nick BrestofF”

On October 23, 2018, AITrends posted its third interview with Nick Brestoff, and let him recount Intraspexion’s singular patents-first strategy.

The interview is available by clicking here.


On October 9, 2018, the UK’s popular Artificial Lawyer blog posted the news about Intraspexion’s 8th patent, U.S. Pat. No. 10,095,992, for "Using Classified Text, Blockchain and Deep Learning to Identify Risk in Low-Frequency, High Value Situations, and Provide Early Warning." It’s the first U.S. patent for using blockchain to enable deep learning. Blockchain is used for its unique ability to process a “secure Multi-Party Computation.”

The blockchain + deep learning combination enables the creation of a deep learning model for a high-value risk like a potential violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.  

The news was published the day the USPTO published the patent. The Q & A interview is available by clicking here.

Microsoft accepts intraspexion into its exclusive program to the “top startups in the world.”

On September 27, 2018, Microsoft welcomed Intraspexion and our “entire team to Microsoft for Startups, an exclusive program that delivers best-in-market cloud services to the top startups in the world. As a Microsoft for Startups member, your exclusive benefits include Visual Studio Enterprise Cloud Monthly Subscription, Office 365 Business Premium, free Azure cloud credits, and more.”


On September 20, 2018, Elizabeth Thede was interviewed by Kevin Price on his Price of Business Show.

The interview is about 9 minutes long and can be heard by clicking here.

Massive COVERAGE OF our joint press release ANNOUNCing THAT intraspexion IS COLLABORATING with DTsEARCH

On September 5, 2018, Intraspexion and dtSearch announced their relationship for the software system offered by Intraspexion that some have dubbed the "Minority Report" for enterprise litigation risk. In the U.S., there were over 216 pickups by media outlets and 23 Business Journals all around the country. With thanks to SSPR (sspr.com, a digital public relations agency) for their expertise, our news reached a total potential audience in excess of 9 million.

In the legal tech space, the Artificial Lawyer carried the news from London to the rest of the AI and legal tech community, and you can access the engaging article by Richard Tromans when you click here

In the software development (sd) world, SDTimes @ https://sdtimes.com covered our news and you can read that coverage by clicking here.

And in the software technology space, our news was covered by Knowledge Management News @ http://www.kmworld.com, as may be seen here.


intraspexion® IS honored to be selected for the inaugural PUBLICATION OF "aL100 legal tech directory" by the "artificial lawyer"

On August 13, 2018, Richard Tromans announced the AL100 Directory "to showcase the best and most progressive legal technology from around the world," and named Intraspexion to the category of Data Security and Legal Risk. There were one two companies named in that category. By the descriptions, Tessian is listed for Data Security; and Intraspexion is the only company listed for Legal Risk.

You can link to AL100 Legal Tech Directory by clicking here.


DASH identifies intraspexion as part of the its collaboration platform at the british legal tech forum

On March 15, 2018, in an article by the UK's Richard Tromans, writing for his Artificial Lawyer blog, the topic was the high value of collaboration. His article eventually focused on Larry Bridgesmith's kickoff of DASH, "the world’s first interoperable, AI-powered platform for aligning people, projects, and processes for optimum results." 

Larry Bridgesmith is an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Vanderbilt School of Law, and is not only the CEO of DASH, he is also a co-founder of Intraspexion.

In 2016, Intraspexion signed a letter of interest for an "interoperability relationship" with Larry's entity, Legal Alignment, LLC, which is now on the world stage as DASH.

The article identifies the AI and blockchain-based companies who are the current DASH "collaborators" as ROSS Intelligence, Kim Technologies, Clause, Voltaire, and Intraspexion, all of which were depicted in a screenshot from Larry's presentation at the British Legal Tech Forum.

You can read the Artificial Lawyer article and see the screenshot by clicking here.

lawgeex again includes intraspexion as a prediction technology in its new in-house counsel's legal tech buyer's guide

On May 14, 2018, LawGeex's new Buyer's Guide - here - describes Intraspexion on p. 55: Intraspexion "has an 'early warning system, in its words, that helps law departments prevent litigation before it happens. The inventive AI solution for the legal profession owns seven software system patents using deep learning. Using deep learning and NLP technologies surfaces litigation risks in time to investigate further."


On March 14, 2018, in the ABA's Legal Rebels Podcast: Episode 026, Richard Granat, who recently joined Intraspexion as a co-founder, discusses his newest challenge, Intraspexion.

Listen to the episode here



On March 12, 2018, Intraspexion was mentioned in “Radical Collaboration: An Emerging Platform for Economic Success in Law” by author Larry Bridgesmith in Legal Business World. Bridgesmith is the CEO of DASH, an AI-powered platform for interoperability, and is also a co-founder of Intraspexion. Read the article here.


Disruptor Daily Interviews CEO of Intraspexion, Nick Brestoff

On March 8, 2018, in their new Future of Law series, Disruptor Daily interviewed Intraspexion CEO, Nick Brestoff in an article titled "Intraspexion: Deploying Trained Deep Learning Algorithms to Prevent Litigation." Read it here


On February 26, 2018, the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute posted a version of Monica Bay's start-up snapshot of Intraspexion, which was written originally for the Stanford CodeX Blog. The TR Legal Executive Institute's article is on p. 7 here.  

Predict the Risk of a Law Suit? Intraspexion’s Deep Learning Model Makes it Possible

On February 21, 2018, in Analytics Vidhya, author Pranav Dar penned an article in which he described Intraspexion as "a unique company in the legal world." 

In another portion of his article, Pranav Dar made it clear to us that he had done his homework. He had discovered, and named, some of the open source and in-licensed software we use. 

Then, in a paragraph with a break head "Our take on this," he wrote:

"Deep learning has penetrated into the legal landscape .... Intraspexion is as unique as it is transcendent. Their software has the capability of saving millions of dollars for firms and sets the precedent for others to follow." Wow.

You can read this article here.

NextBigFuture profiles Intraspexion

On February 19, 2018, nextBIGfuture.com profiled Intraspexion with this headline: "Intraspexion AI helps companies avoid and reduce expensive lawsuits." The link is here. Honored to be next to an article about SpaceX Falcon Heavy.

for Its Inaugural List of 2018 Legal AI Leaders

In its February 2018 issue, The National Law Journal named Intraspexion as one of its Legal AI Leaders. Intraspexion is proud to be listed along with Bloomberg Law, IBM, LexisNexis, Thomson Reuters, and the other legal AI innovators. Our selection highlights our patented use of Deep Learning software and where AI is headed within the Corporate Law Departments of the Future.

Disruptor Daily names intraspexion first among the TOP 10 Predictive Analytics companies to know about in 2018

On January 29, 2018, Disruptor Daily reviewed and listed Intraspexion first among nine other AI "prediction" firms. In order, Disruptor Daily's "prediction" companies are:  Intraspexion, CS Disco, Brainspace, Ravel Law (acquired by LexisNexis), Lex Machina (acquired by LexisNexis), LexPredict, Premonition, Docket Alarm (acquired by FastCase), Everlaw, and Proofpoint.

About Intraspexion, Disruptor Daily wrote: "If you are looking for a legal services startup that’s truly unique, look no further than Intraspexion, the company using deep learning and predictive analytics to predict and prevent potential litigation (through their own patented software system) – before it happens."

The article is linked here.  


As the Legal Profession Warms to AI, Intraspexion Gets Noticed

2017: 1 press release; 32 articles

2016: 0 press releases; 14 articles

2015: 0 press releaseS; 1 article


Richard granat makes a change... to intraspexion!

On December 21, 2017, famed legal tech giant Richard Granat announced in a blog post that he had sold his interests in DirectLaw.com and SmartLegalForms.com, and was moving on to a new challenge, "an AI-startup called Intraspexion." (Boldface added.)

Intraspexion is proud to welcome Richard Granat to our team as a co-founder and Strategic Advisor.

Among other things, Rich wrote this: "The [Intraspexion] technology gives general counsel a radar screen that points the way to investigation, nipping a conflict in the bud. I would love to make a dent in the legal fee spend of large corporations ...." (Boldface added.)

Rich also announced that he was discontinuing his eLawyering blog, but also that "You can find the most relevant content from this blog imported to this location: https://www.richardgranat.com/blog, where I will continue to write on the intersection of the legal profession and digitization."



On December 5, 2017, iTMunch published Top AI Tools You Should Be Using to Transform Your Business. The top tools were Google Now, DigitalGenius, Pi, X.ai, and Intraspexion. The link to the article is here.


AI in Law and Legal Practice–A Comprehensive View of 35 Current Applications

On November 29, 2017, Edgar Alan Rayo, who's with TechEmergence.com, updated his discussion of 35 AI startups, including Intraspexion. As in the LawGeex Legal AI Landscape, Intraspexion was listed and discussed (first) under the Prediction Technology heading. You can access his list and commentary by clicking here.



On November 22, 2017, AEC Labs--associated with AECON--reported that Intraspexion had been featured in Engineering News Record, and recounted our technology and our affinity for engineers and builders. "AEC Labs has an industry-specific mandate: to identify, analyze, and discuss the early-stage startup companies, trends, and technologies that are disrupting the architecture, engineering, and construction industries." The AEC Labs story is available here.


are casetext and intraspexion at the forefront of a paradigm shift?

On November 15, in an Above the Law article entitled, "Push Research: How AI Is Fundamentally Changing the Way We Research the Law," which you can read by clicking here, Jake Heller, the founder and CEO of Casetext, was kind enough to mention Intraspexion just before going on to describe his company's AI legal research assistant, CARA. Of Intraspexion, Mr. Heller wrote: "In the legal realm, Intraspexion works for in-house lawyers to help prevent lawsuits. By reviewing employee emails and other communications, it can proactively highlight areas of potential concern before they become something bigger."

He ended his article by writing about how fundamental the change will be: "You may not have known that you were running late, that there might be a litigation risk at your company, or that there are weak points in opposing counsel’s moving papers. The computer proactively did the work for you, delivering valuable answers to you before you even asked the questions. It’s an entirely new way of searching for information, and a paradigm shift from the last two decades." (Boldface added.)


Distruptor daily -- again

Also on November 15, Jnana Settle, the Managing Attorney of The Settle Law Firm in Wylie, Texas (who wrote the first Disruptor Daily article on November 6), wrote a second article for Disruptor Daily and came up with the best one-liner we've seen:

"Intraspexionusing predictive analytics to analyze intra-company emails and catch misconduct before it escalates."

To read Ms. Settle's article, "Everything Law Firms Need to Know About Data Analytics," click here.


LawGeex & Intraspexion

On November 13, LawGeex's blog article was "5 things in LegalTech: How lawyers celebrated #STEMDay?" Intraspexion was No. 5, the LegalTech interview of the week.

LawGeex wrote:

It is only natural that in our STEM-based edition we feature this CODEX interview with Nick Brestoff, 69, the founder and CEO of Intraspexion offering “Preventive Law with AI.” Brestoff is an engineer-turned-lawyer whose company is addressing the painful problem that bedevils corporate legal departments: the frequency and cost of litigation. “Intraspexion provides an early warning of specific types of possible litigation to in-house legal staff.” His advice to other tech entrepreneurs: “Find the pain to address first. Find the return on investment for your vision. Then, have the courage to fight off the depressing occasions.”


A Great List of AI Tools that you can use       

On November 9, 2017, in Digital Ready, Vinod Sadu included Intraspexion in his list. The list, which you can access by clicking here, starts with Google Now, Siri, and Cortana. The author describes Intraspexion right after Enlitic, an innovator in medical deep learning.


Disruptor Daily spotlights intraspexion

On November 6, 2017, Disruptor Daily published "How AI Is Disrupting the Legal Industry." The article, written by Texas-licensed attorney Jnana Settle, described Intraspexion in its last section, "Looking Forward." The link to the article is here


Stanford's codex Center profiles Intraspexion and its founder

On November 5, 2017, Monica Bay, a Fellow of CodeX, the Stanford University Center for Legal Informatics, compiled and published a Startup Snapshot about Intraspexion and its CEO Nick Brestoff. You can find the profile by clicking here.


If “Software Is Eating the World,”* Is Legal Service on the Menu?

On October 31, 2017, Kenneth Tung published an article in Legal Business World (which you can read by clicking here) based on his June 2017 talk at his class reunion at Columbia Law School. (The * refers to “Why Software Is Eating the World”, Marc Andreessen, The Wall Street Journal, August 20, 2011.) Regarding Intraspexion, he wrote, "risk management systems like Intraspexion ... have as their core some level of natural language processing technologies." (True.) 


Legal Technology news recognizes Intraspexion as the Latest solution in Automated Risk Prevention Tech

Also on October 31, 2017, Ricci Dipshan, technology journalist and Deputy Editor of Legal Technology News, published "Intraspexion's Litigation Risk Solution Latest in Automated Risk Prevention Tech." In part, he wrote, "The startup partnered with enterprise search company dtSearch to launch its risk automation platform in what is quickly becoming a rising market." For the dtSearch press release, please click here.


Wake Up Call: New Women Lawyers Network to Fight Bias

On October 12, 2017, Rick Mitchell covered a variety of topics for Bloomberg Law's Big Law Business, especially the topic of the headline. Under Technology, he referenced the Engineering News-Record article (below) and said of Intraspexion: "Tech start-up Intraspexion said it has been granted seven U.S. patents for an algorithm-based email scanner to help companies avoid discrimination and other lawsuits. (Engineering News-Record)."  


A new tool could help contractors avoid lawsuits

On October 11, 2017, Construction Dive picked up the story about Intraspexion in Engineering News-Record. In her article, Kim Slowey wrote, "Contractors, for example, could use a database of settled construction defect cases to warn in-house legal departments about email exchanges or documents related to such claims." You can read her "Dive Brief" article by clicking here.


Engineering news-record spots intraspexion

On October 8, 2017, Tom Sawyer, Deputy Editor of Engineering News-Record (ENR), published his article about Intraspexion, "Risk Spotter Searches Internal Data Lakes for Loaded Words." For the link to his post, please click here.



On October 2, 2017, analyst Mark T. Greene mentioned Intraspexion and the endorsement that Richard Susskind gave to Nick Brestoff's book on Preventing Litigation: An Early Warning System, etc. (see the book tab on the menu bar) in his article, Today in Legal Artificial Intelligence. To review the short "mention," click here.


'Minority report' AI COMpany Intraspexion Gains Deep Learning Patents

On September 13, 2017, the Artificial Lawyer blog by the UK's Richard Tromans reported on Intraspexion’s newly granted portfolio of seven (7) issued Deep Learning software system patents.


USPTO Grants Intraspexion a Portfolio of SEVEN (7) patents

On September 13, 2017, we announced (in our first press release) that the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office had granted and issued seven Deep Learning software system Patents assigned to Intraspexion. The core patent is U.S. Pat. No. 9,552,548 to Brestoff for "Using Classified Text and Deep Learning Algorithms to Identify Risk and Provide Early Warning." Six patents are for identifying general or specific risks, e.g., litigation and medical risks, and providing an early warning. Of these, the patent for medical risk is notable. Another notable patent is for identifying financial advantages to take (as opposed to risks to avoid) and providing notice. Each patent includes Deep Learning as a system element. Deep Learning is the most powerful and popular emerging branch of artificial intelligence.


not your father's toolbox

For the September, 2017 issue of SEMA News (SEMA stands for the Speciality Equipment Market Association), Joe Dysart identified Intraspexion again in his "Not Your Father's Toolbox" series. He began his discussion about Intraspexion this way: "When it comes to lawsuits, the only thing better than an attorney who strikes sheer terror in the opposition is one who can scope out potential lawsuits before they happen – and steer you clear of any trouble.That’s the premise behind Intraspexion (www.intraspexion.com), ingenious lawsuit-prevention software developed by seasoned attorney Nick Brestoff." Our thanks to Joe Dysart for this third exposure to yet another audience. The link to his post is here


5 artificial intelligence tools defining the future of P&C insurance

On August 25, 2017, Joe Dysart proved that he's impressed with what Intraspexion is about. (Intraspexion doesn't pay him to write about our startup.) After writing about Intraspexion last March 9th (for the Association of Computing Machinery), he brought Intraspexion to the attention of Property & Casualty carriers. He counted down to us, so his review is on page 6 of 7. The link to page 6 is here.


Neil jacobstein on the future of ai

On August 13, 2017, Neil Jacobstein presented, "Neil Jacobstein on the Future of AI." His talk/slides were posted by Brian L. Wang, M.B.A., on his Nextbigfuture.com (a must-read). 

Neil Jacobstein's resume shows him to be an illustrious AI pioneer and leader is a host of new technologies. Among other things, he is the Artificial Intelligence & Robotics Chair of Singularity University, which is located on the NASA Research Park campus in Mountain View California. He is a former President of Singularity University, and is a Distinguished Visiting Scholar in the Stanford University Media X Program, where his research focuses on augmented decision systems. He Chaired AAAI’s 17th Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference, and ... in 2016, he became a founding member of the editorial board of AAAS Science Robotics. He has served as a technical consultant on AI research and development projects for: DARPA, NSF, NASA, NIH, EPA, DOE, the U.S. Army and Air Force, GM, Ford, Boeing, Applied Materials, NIST, and other agencies.

In Neil Jacobson's slides, which you can see by clicking here, he saw fit to mention Intraspexion. For context, this excerpt shows where he fit Intraspexion into his talk.

* * *

Talks about the latest chips
Google TPU2
Nvidia Volta
Qualcomm Snapdragon

Human Longevity Inc released 10,000 genomes as Open source

Intraspection (sic) is an AI that searches your corporate email to identify future potential litigation. (Boldface added.)

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Why Intraspexion's First Patent was Granted in less than four months

On July 22, 2017, Jeff Cox (Citibank AVP - Legal Operations) posted on LinkedIn his local bar association article, entitled, “Practice Tips for Tampa Bay Attorneys - Making Your Client Special.” Cox explains why the USPTO granted Intraspexion’s patent for using “deep learning” to identify risk and provide early warning and issued U.S. Pat. No. 9,552,548 in less than four months.


Artificial Intelligence: New AI Business Tools for Truckers That Are Ready to Run

On June 16, 2017, Intraspexion was included in a list of AI applications for the transportation industry. The article in Transport Topics is linked here, but first appeared on June 12th in the print edition of iTECH, a supplement to Transport Topics.


Automating The Law: A Landscape of Legal AI Solutions

On June 10, 2017, TopBots published a post by Jonathan Marciano, the Director of Communications at LawGeex, which included the Legal AI Landscape. The article--including the Landscape--can be accessed by clicking here. Intraspexion is in the sector called Prediction Technology, which is in the upper right hand corner of the Landscape. Intraspexion is the top-most logo there. 


Artificial intelligence is interesting right now – and this is why

In June of 2017, Telia published an article based on a speech given by Mark Thiele, CIO of Apcera, at the Datacloud Europe event. The event was held in Monaco. Thiele recognized Intraspexion, stating, "Intraspexion, for example, utilizes deep learning to anticipate and prevent potential litigation." Telia is a Finish site, but the article is in English and may be read by clicking here.


lawgeex calls intraspexion "inventive and new"

On May 16, 2017, LawGeex published its In-House Counsel’s LegalTech Buyer’s Guide 2017 and listed Intraspexion under Prediction Technology in its Legal AI Landscape. The Landscape is on page 6 of the Guide, which is very well done, and is free. 


OUTSELL analyzes 50 emerging legal ai providers: includes intraspexion in the "compliance monitoring" category

On April 27, 2017, Outsell published its Company Analysis for Artificial Intelligence in Legal Tech. Regarding Intraspexion, Outsell wrote this: "Intraspexion is another start-up that monitors for a different kind of compliance risk, in the form of litigation risk. Its Deep Learning system runs on an organization's servers in the background, scanning internal emails daily and teaching itself what to flag as significant litigation risks for review by in-house counsel." At p. 8.

The Analysis was compiled by Hugh Logue, an Outsell Director and Lead Analyst. You can read Outsell's Analysis here.  


Intraspexion listed by NewGenApps in an AI top 10

On March 16, 2017, NewGenApps listed Intraspexion No. 8 in this article, "10 Artificial Intelligence Tools You Can Use." NewGenApps wrote: "Intraspexion is regarded as an early warning system to prevent potential litigation . It is based on the concept of deep learning where algorithms are used to help alert corporate counsel to litigation risks much before they have to handle the lawsuit. Intraspexion runs in the background and scans your company’s internal emails daily and flags significant litigation risks for further review. With Intraspexion the counselor may proactively avoid costly litigation and conduct privileged investigations." (Boldface added.)


Intraspexion recognized for PREDICTING LITIGATION in Communications of the ACM

On March 9, 2017, Joe Dysart featured Intraspexion in this article about deep learning applications. The article, titled “Predicting Lawsuits,” was published in Communications of the ACM, the venerable Association for Computing Machinery. 



In the March 2017 issue of the ACC Legal Ops Observer, in an article entitled “AI for Legal Ops and Corporate Counsel - The First Wave,” Jeff Cox (AVP-Legal Ops at Citigroup) featured Intraspexion and wrote, “Intraspexion is the ‘Minority Report’ of litigation.” 

In addition, he wrote this: “In looking for an apt analogy to describe how AI solves the first prong of the problem, Brestoff puts it best: ‘If Big Data is a lake, in-house legal teams are in the boat and can see only the surface. To catch a fish (either an advantage to take or risk to avoid), you need a fishing rod. That’s what Deep Learning is to Big Data.’ Rather than waiting for when risk ‘metastasizes into a lawsuit,’ Brestoff aims to provide legal departments with the tools to move from managing risk to avoiding risk.”


19 Additions To My List of Legal Startups

On February 10, 2017, award-winning attorney and blogger Robert Ambrogi (his LawSites blog was founded in 2002) included Intraspexion in his then-new list, which you can access by clicking here. When Intraspexion made its appearance, Bob's list had grown to only 632 entries.


Can this software predict lawsuits?

On January 20, 2017, attorney Richard Weiner wrote an article about Intraspexion for the Akron Legal News. You can read the article by clicking here.



The Artificial Lawyer Year in Review: The New Era of Legal AI Begins

On December 19, 2016, Richard Tromans included Intraspexion in his review of all that happened in 2016, stating, "Then there are those start-ups such as Intraspexion that are using machine learning to help predict and prevent future litigation from happening."


Intraspexion: The AI system that predicts future lawsuits

On December 16, 2016, for his Artificial Lawyer blog, Richard Tromans, a UK strategy and innovation consultant to the legal profession, posted a Q & A interview with Nick Brestoff. Tromans wrote that Intraspexion was “a new legal tech company that seeks to predict and prevent potential litigation before it happens. Think ‘Minority Report’, but using algorithms instead of pre-cogs.” And think pre-litigation instead of pre-crime.



On December 15, 2016, Legaltech News mentioned Intraspexion in the above-entitled article.


Lawyers and Robots Working in Tandem: The Lawyers Applying AI TodaY

On November 18, 2016, Legaltech News mentioned Intraspexion in its weekly AI roundup.


From Counsel to Keyboard: The Multipronged Approach to Cybersecurity Compliance

On November 14, 2016, Legaltech News mentioned Intraspexion in this article about how Pillsbury, FireEye and Thomson Reuters “bet they’re better than the ‘patchwork of industry standards’ currently guiding cybersecurity regulations.”


Compliance Came to the Forefront of Legal Technology in 2016

On November 11, 2016, Legaltech News mentioned Intraspexion in its article summarizing some of the trends in legal technology for 2016.


All Eyes on AI: The New Focus of Legal Tech?

On November 4, 2016, Legaltech News mentioned Intraspexion in its weekly focus on AI and machine learning in the legal world.


Why Lawsuits Will Become a Thing of the Past with This New Technology

On November 1, 2016, 52 Insights profiled Intraspexion CEO Nick Brestoff in an article about the use of AI in law. 


Intraspexion's Litigation Risk Solution Latest in Automated Risk Prevention Tech

Also on October 31, 2016, Ricci Dipshan wrote about Intraspexion and our close relationship with enterprise search company dtSearch, and said our risk automation platform was being launched into "what is quickly becoming a rising market." The article is now behind a paywall.


Legal IT insider: Peppermint, Digital Courtrooms, Eclipse, nQueue, CloudNine, Heureka, Onit, World Software, Intraspexion + more

On October 31, 2016, Legal IT Insider listed Intraspexion in the headline and discussed Intraspexion in the article.

The article referred to and quoted co-founder F. Scott Barker as follows:

F. Scott Barker, author of numerous database programming books, recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award, and a prolific dtSearch Engine third-party developer, has joined Intraspexion’s team as a co-founder. “For the first time in decades, I joined a startup team because this is a killer app for deep learning,” said Barker. “When combined with the power of dtSearch, Intraspexion is a dream come true for corporate and governmental users. Who doesn’t want less litigation?”   



BETHESDA, Md., Oct. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Intraspexion is a start-up company that is pioneering the use of "deep learning" algorithms to identify potential litigation risks. dtSearch is a leader in enterprise and developer text retrieval software and document filters. Together, the companies announce the initial release of Intraspexion's application to scan an organization's current email and other messaging data as an early warning system for spotting potential litigation risks.

"Intraspexion trains a deep learning algorithm to identify different types of potential litigation risks and provide an early warning to an in-house legal department," says Nick Brestoff, founder and CEO of Intraspexion.  "Our first use case is employment discrimination."  

"Using Deep Learning, our system surfaced one solid risk out of over 7,600 emails, which no one had to read and which is much less than one-tenth of one percent of the emails," continues Mr. Brestoff.

For that reason, he noted, NVIDIA accepted Intraspexion into its Inception Program. 

"The use case is strong," Mr. Brestoff adds. "Any organization can preserve net profit of a minimum of about $350,000 by identifying just one litigation risk early on, and addressing it before it turns into a lawsuit."

For its email and attachment support – including multilevel nested email attachment support – Intraspexion chose the dtSearch Engine.  dtSearch's core developer product, the dtSearch Engine, instantly searches terabytes of text, including 25+ full-text and metadata-driven search options.  The dtSearch Engine works with online and offline data, including a broad range of document and email types, website data and other databases.

F. Scott Barker, author of numerous database programming books, recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award, and a prolific dtSearch Engine third-party developer, has joined Intraspexion's team as a co-founder.  "For the first time in decades, I joined a startup team because this is a killer app for Deep Learning," says Mr Barker.  "When combined with the power of dtSearch, Intraspexion is a dream come true for corporate and governmental users. Who doesn't want less litigation?"  


Kurzweilai.net publishes the first tech media story about intraspexion

On October 27, 2016, Amara Angelica published the first interview with Nick Brestoff about Intraspexion. Among the established "tech media" publishers, her story was a "first." We are long-time admirers of the work by Ray Kurzweil and Ms. Angelica and are proud that they saw Intraspexion's promise before anyone else. You can read the story here


10 A.I. tools to help your business

On September 20, 2016, VentureBeat listed Intraspexion as #4 on its list of 10 A.I. Tools to Help Your Business. 


Why Intraspexion’s Use of Deep Learning May Be Deeply Valuable

On September 8, 2016, because its first interview with Nick Brestoff reached “most viewed” status in the August 2016 issue AI Trends conducted a follow-up interview with Brestoff and asked him about the business case for using deep learning to achieve less litigation. 


Here’s What Happens When a Deep Litigator Understands Deep Learning

On August 22, 2016, AI Trends published an interview with Intraspexion CEO Nick Brestoff. The article was the most viewed article that month (by far), despite publication towards the end of the month. 

When AI Trends asked Brestoff to explain why Intraspexion was attracting interest, Brestoff put it this way: “Litigation is like a dragon. It burns up profits, and no one has been able to curtail it. Intraspexion is a dragon-slayer with a new weapon: a deep-learning sword.”




On December 28, 2015, Bob Gourley listed Intraspexion under his post entitled, "Truly Useful AI You Can Use Right Today." See our mention by clicking here.