Specifio

Specifio augments law firm patent practices with cutting-edge deep learning and natural language generation technologies. It generates complete patent application drafts based on concise practitioner inputs. Practitioners can now maximize their time and expertise by focusing on the client experience and only key aspects of the patent preparation process. Specifio handles the rest with near-instantaneous turnaround. It’s like text auto-complete, but for entire patent applications. With Specifio, there is no software to install or new tools to learn making it a seamless addition to any patent practice. The dramatically boosted per-practitioner throughput combined with increasingly popular fixed fee client billing translates to substantially improved profit margins per billable hour.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryDocument Automation
HeadquartersMarina del Rey, CA 90292
Founded2017
Tags artificial intelligence, ai, nlp, nlg, natural language generatation, natural langauge processing, automated patent drafting
Websitehttps://specif.io

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