Ross Intelligence, which provides an AI-powered platform for lawyers to search through case law and find details relevant to new cases, has partnered with the Vector Institute.

The company plans to use the partnership to extend its research. “Legal question-answering is the ideal test bed for understanding natural human language, and this partnership with Vector will help us to significantly advance developments at Ross Intelligence,” said Andrew Arruda, CEO and co-founder of Ross Intelligence. “I am excited for our customers and partners to benefit from the most cutting-edge research that will flow from the Vector Institute into our current and future products.”

In mid-February, the Vector Institute also announced that Integrate.AI would be a new partner for the Institute. When the AI hub was founded last year, both government and private sector partners like Shopify, Google, and CIBC dedicated approximately $130 million to establishing the Institute, which will support research and commercialization of AI technologies and create new grads with specialty in AI.

“Truly innovative companies and leaders such as Ross Intelligence and its founders will play a crucial role in building the future of AI and accelerating Canada’s blossoming AI ecosystem,” said Darin Graham, Vector’s VP of industry innovation. “As a bronze sponsor, Ross and Vector will collaborate to deepen Canada’s pool of world-class talent in machine learning and deep learning, develop transformative new technologies, and lead Canada and the world into this new era of innovation.”

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