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What makes CoCounsel the only trusted and reliable legal A.I. available?
What makes CoCounsel the only trusted and reliable legal A.I. available?

Learn what makes CoCounsel reliable

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Written by Brian Geran
Updated over a week ago

At Casetext, our top priority is to ensure we develop A.I. in a thoughtful and responsible manner. We're experts in the field where we've been working with A.I. for over a decade. With CoCounsel, we tailored the general A.I. technology of GPT-4 for the demands of legal practice. To start, we established a robust trust and reliability program managed by a dedicated team of A.I. engineers and experienced litigation & transactional attorneys.

Casetext’s Trust Team, which has run every legal skill on the platform through thousands of internal tests, has spent nearly 4,000 hours training and fine-tuning CoCounsel’s output based on over 30,000 legal questions. Then, all CoCounsel applications were used extensively by a group of beta testers composed of over four hundred attorneys from elite boutique and global law firms, in-house legal departments, and legal aid organizations, before being deployed. These lawyers and legal professionals have already used CoCounsel more than 50,000 times in their day-to-day work.

Lastly, Casetext is deeply committed to security and privacy and has implemented rigorous security protocols to maintain the confidentiality of your data. All data you provide to Casetext when you use CoCounsel, including any and all information and documents you choose to upload to CoCounsel, are encrypted and protected in accordance with Casetext’s comprehensive security program. None of your information or documents are used to train the CoCounsel platform or the underlying large language model. These security measures may not exist with other generative AI applications, where your data may be accessed and used by others.

To learn more about CoCounsel, and our newest advancements in A.I. you can read our blog here.

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