A Yorkshire entrepreneur has created the world’s first ever ‘robot lawyer’ with the aim of making legal advice affordable to the masses. Chrissie Lightfoot, a solicitor from Harrogate, is the CEO of LISA, an artificial intelligence-based tool which allows users to create legally binding non-disclosure agreements in fewer than seven minutes for free.Originally published in the Yorkshire Evening Post on Thursday 6th April 2017. Click here to read more.
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