With Wisebot AI, law firms could 100x their workflow


Wisebot AI brings the power of chatbots to the legal world, promising to revolutionize law firm workflows.

Create an interactive, intelligent knowledge base

Unlike Chat PDF, WiseBot can handle much larger documents and even multiple documents at once. Users can easily return to their documents and interact with them in a highly interactive way.

The tool works by creating different individual bots with different sets of knowledge based on what is entered. This approach allows professionals in different industries to access and manage their data more efficiently than ever before.

This allows users to keep their knowledge sets trained separately. As we see, chatbots trained on specific data sets can be more accurate and reliable than the one-size-fits-all use case of ChatGPT.


AI transforming the legal industry

WiseBot is particularly beneficial for lawyers, who can now feed the AI ​​tool with thousands of complex documents such as NDAs, contracts, and legal agreements. By asking the AI ​​questions, they can interact with these documents effortlessly, saving time and reducing the potential for errors.

A beta version for enterprise-level clients is currently in development, which allows them to draft legal contracts based on user input. This feature could eliminate the need for junior lawyers to spend hours manually drafting contracts, significantly increasing productivity and efficiency.

Some legal use cases:

  • Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs)
  • Mortgage agreements
  • intellectual property agreements
  • Personalized employment and labor contracts

Another advantage of WiseBot is its ability to make the law more accessible through a ChatGPT-style interface. This user-friendly interface quickly answers questions on specific laws in easy-to-understand language, eliminating the need for extensive study and research by legal professionals.

Meet the creator of WiseBot, Victor Gebarski

WiseBot was created by Victor Gebarski, a Melbourne lawyer with experience at Wilckens Roche Lawyers and running his social justice law firm, Law and Justice Lawyers.


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