Robot Consulting Co., Ltd. (Head office: Minato-ku, Tokyo. President: Hidetoshi Yokoyama), a provider of AI services in the metaverse, has released a promotion video of a prototype of “Robot Lawyer” that can provide legal advice in the metaverse in a conversational format, in light of the October 25th announcement from the Digital Agency on the digitization of legal services. In the future, the model can be connected to various metaverse platforms via APIs.
The metaverse attracts a large number of users.
However, laws on the metaverse remain unclear, and as a result, the number of problems associated with the rapid increase in users has likewise increased. Furthermore, many people do not have the proper counsel to deal with legal issues in this new area.
Now that the development of AI-based legal consultation automation is underway, we have enabled advanced AI responses by adopting a UI that evokes a metaverse space and LLM (Large Language Models) technology, allowing users to casually consult about laws in the metaverse as if they were searching on the internet.
We are also developing an AI that will automate and respond to legal advice from around the world by learning data on laws from around the world.
And now, considering the announcement of the Digital Agency about the digitization of legal services, we have released a video of the prototype in order to help more people understand the appeal of the “Robot Lawyer” service and contribute to the realization of a society in which legal consultation is more accessible.
The video of a prototype of the “Robot Lawyer” can be viewed at the following URL. Please check it out.
【Robot Consulting Company Profile】
Company Name:Robot Consulting Co., Ltd.
Location:6F Le Gratteciel Bldg. 2, 5-22-6 Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Business Description:Development of platform for professionals in metaverse, development and sales of software using AI technology, and planning, research, development, manufacturing, and sales of robots and other products, commercialization of robot systems and promotion of their widespread use