Tanjo is a machine learning assistant that harnesses the power of artificial intelligence so that lawyers can keep abreast of key developments in the areas in which they practice.
Lawyers have had access to legal databases for many years now. Those legal databases help lawyers find key relationships between cases and read the latest legal news. What if you practice in an area where you are also concerned about non-legal developments and need access to business or technical news, for example? There is simply too much information out there on the internet for you to keep track of. Enter Tanjo, which works to separate the signal from the noise.
Tanjo is designed for knowledge collaboration. Build Smartboards about topics you need to stay up-to-date on. Pin a few articles to the board, and Tanjo goes to work, finding fresh information about your topic. Train Tanjo by telling it which articles are relevant and which aren’t, and its artificial intelligence engine gets smarter about what it selects for you. Upload PDFs and Tanjo will scan them for content. Add tags to your board, Evernote-style, so you can easily sift through information. You can share your boards with people inside or outside your organization so they can collaborate.
Soon, lawyers will be able to unleash Tanjo on case law, as they recently began building a machine learning map of case law in the United States, with over 3 million cases already mapped.