Moodul

Moodul is developing AI-based support tools for lawyers integrated with Microsoft Word, specialised in text analysis.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryAnalytics
HeadquartersStockholm, Sweden
Founded2017
Tags artificial intelligence, ai, moodul, nachine learning, deep learning
Websitewww.moodul.io
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