APAC regional legal technology conference LexTech has launched an AI assistant to help facilitate a better conference experience, making its services available through Facebook Messenger — a first in the local legal tech industry.

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Called, LEXi, the Artificial Intelligence chatbot was developed by Malaysia’s CanChat and will focus on addressing enquiries of LexTech delegates in real-time via Facebook Messenger. Visit m.me/lextech.lexi/ to begin chatting with LEXi. Notably, between now and August 31, 2018, potential conference delegates can secure a 20% discount code by asking LEXi for one.

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Lee Su Wen, Director of the LexTech Conference 2018 said that: “By leveraging on AI capabilities, the chatbot is a smart and intuitive way to provide information and directions to our audience with great convenience and speed. With LEXi taking on these tasks, we are now able to more efficiently re-allocate our manpower to the more strategically-intensive departments, and by extension creating a better experience for all delegates.”

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LexTech will be held October 25-26, 2018 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and will focus on tech trends & news as well as strengthening the existing APAC legal tech network. Conference topics will include baseline technology, regulation of legal technology, AI and Big Data,blockchain, cryptocurrencies and ICOs, among others.

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For more information, please visit the conference website: https://lextech.canlaw.asia/

For more information about CanChat, visit: https://canchat.tk/

Posted by John Grimley

John Grimley edits and publishes Asia Law Portal. An independent writer & editor, he's the author of: A Comprehensive Guide to the Asia-Pacific Legal Markets (Ark Group 2014).

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