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Episode #2 of the "Zach Abramowitz is Legally Disrupted" Podcast
How Legaltech Startups Are Supercharging with LLMs: A Conversation with TermScout Founder Otto Hanson
Hey there Legally Disruptees (special welcome to the myriad newcomers!)
As I mentioned recently, I have launched a podcast. We are in the early stages and I’m experimenting, but my first goal is to introduce you to some of the top innovators in our space. Otto Hanson, the founder of TermScout is one of my favorites. I liked him so much that I invested in TermScout in 2022 and have been blown away by what they’ve been able to accomplish so far including adding customer logos like IBM, Datadog, Canva and Coupa just to name a few. Their vision is unique, ambitious and admirable and they’ve been able to make exponential progress on that vision with the help of large language models like GPT-4. Right now, you can watch the podcast on YouTube and Twitter.
I’m in the process of getting approved for Apple/Spotify and I will upload episodes there soon. Question for my audience: does anyone prefer that I upload the videos using Substack’s native video?
In other news…
I’ve been chirping muchly on the socials this week.
On LinkedIn, a new framework for thinking about everyday ChatGPT use for lawyers https://www.linkedin.com/posts/zachabramowitz_lawyers-chatgpt-legaltech-activity-7078779855449841664-s-X-
On Twitter, some initial thoughts on the $650M Thomson Reuters/Casetext deal https://twitter.com/ZachAbramowitz/status/1673668957822242821?s=20 + a recommended interview for anyone who’s following AI
Check that out and look out for one more post this week on how to be a prompting ninja without any background in prompt engineering + episode 3 next week with budding AI guru Josh Kubicki.
Until then, stay disrupted my friends!