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Gridsum and Peking University Law School Establish Legal AI Lab and Research Institute

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release reports, “Gridsum Holding Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based big-data analytics and artificial intelligence solutions in China, today announced that it has partnered with Peking University Law School to establish the Peking University Legal AI Lab and Research Institute (the ‘Legal AI Lab’) to focus on the analysis, development and application of AI across China’s legal ecosystem. The Legal AI Lab was officially launched today at a ceremony attended by Ms. Jingyi Ye, Deputy Party Committee Secretary of Peking University, Mr. Shouwen Zhang, Dean of Peking University Law School and Director of the Legal AI Lab, Mr. Xiaolei Yang, Vice President of Peking University Law School and Executive Director of the Legal AI Lab, and Mr. Guosheng Qi, Chief Executive Officer of Gridsum.”

The release goes on, “Gridsum will leverage its unparalleled capabilities in big data and AI, as well as its deep experience in developing enterprise-focused AI applications, to provide technical and research expertise to the Legal AI Lab. Gridsum is ideally positioned to support the Legal AI Lab having set the benchmark for the successful integration of AI into the legal system with the launch of the ‘Faxin Wei Su’ Platform in November 2017, a litigation service on WeChat’s micro application platform. Working in close partnership with Peking University Law School and the Legal AI Lab is another step in Gridsum’s broader strategy of developing a comprehensive suite of legal solutions targeting courts, prosecutors, law firms and others within the judicial ecosystem. The rollout of Gridsum’s legal services product suite is accelerating within China’s court system.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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