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    Date submitted
  • 09-May-2018

Intraspexion Inc.

Abstract

Intraspexion is the only patented Preventive Litigation System based on Deep Learning technology.

Intraspexion enables corporate counsel to identify potential conflicts that result in costly litigation and avoid those conflicts by early intervention. When third parties must prove your company had a specific intent to harm, Intraspexion also provides evidence of a specific intent to avoid it. Intraspexion is the first software-based application that predicts costly litigation before it occurs.

Additional Questions

Who is your customer?

Law Departments for corporate or governmental entities. Not law firms or eDiscovery vendors.

What problem does this idea/product solve or what market need does it serve?

Intraspexion enables corporate counsel to identify potential conflicts that result in costly litigation and avoid those conflicts by early intervention. When third parties must prove your company had a specific intent to harm, Intraspexion also provides evidence of a specific intent to avoid it. Intraspexion is the first software-based application that predicts costly litigation before it occurs.

What attributes will make this idea/product successful? Why do you believe that those features will create success?

In the Prediction Technology sector of the LawGeex Legal AI Landscape, Intraspexion alone has these attributes: we use Deep Learning and we have seven (7) issued software system utility patents.

Explain how you (your team) will execute to make this idea/product successful? What gives you (your team) an advantage over others already in the market or new to this market?

In a pre-launch study of 20,401 Enron emails, where Intraspexion’s Deep Learning engine was trained to surface risks of employment discrimination (PACER’s Nature of Suit code 442), the engine surfaced 25 emails. A user would not look at 20,000 emails but would look at 25 emails if they were scored as being “related” to the risk. And in that much-smaller haystack, 21 were False Positives, but 4 were True Positives. The 4 True Positives are the “hot” emails that, when identified and investigated, can prevent litigation before it starts.