Isha Marathe: Legal Tech Rundown: Adobe Acrobat AI Assistant, New DISCO Features, Taft AI Group and More

Extract from Isha Marathe’s article “Legal Tech Rundown: Adobe Acrobat AI Assistant, New DISCO Features, Taft AI Group and More”

The fast-paced legal tech world is constantly evolving. At Legaltech News, we always try to bring you the latest news on hirings, product and feature releases, new integrations, legal tech mergers and acquisitions, and more. The Legal Tech Rundown is a weekly update of legal tech stories that might have gone under the radar.

Aatos: On Monday, Helsinki-based legal technology and legal services software startup Aatos announced its expansion throughout Finland, Sweden and Denmark. Aatos offers a subscription model for legal affairs, meant to establish long-term, comprehensive relationships with clients. Leveraging artificial intelligence technology, the service is meant to craft recommendations and guide users through legal matters, along with legal support. “We are thrilled to take the next step as a company and keep on offering more people access to convenient and affordable legal services,” said Aku Pöllänen, CEO and co-founder of Aatos in a news release. “Customers often don’t recognize their own legal needs. Aatos tells the customer what kind of documents are needed, makes sure that the documents are always up to date and reacts to changes in life situations with relevant actions and recommendations.”

Adobe: On Tuesday, Adobe announced the availability of Acrobat AI Assistant for its enterprise customers. The new features that come with the offering will be available as an add-on subscription to all Reader and Acrobat customers, enterprise and individual, across desktop, web and mobile, according to a news release. 

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