FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
San Francisco, CA - November 8, 2023
As part of its annual Accelerating Business series, The Financial Times, supported by its research partner RSGI, has named 273 Ventures co-founder Daniel Martin Katz as a Generative AI & Law Leader for 2023.
“I want to extend credit to our entire 273 / Kelvin team — notably, most frequent and longest standing collaborator Mike Bommarito. I share this honor with him. As nice as it is to be recognized, we are all about the business of moving the legal industry forward to a data-driven future. 2023 has certainly been the year of Generative AI in law but we are only in the foothills. Let’s keep climbing,” Daniel Martin Katz, Chief Strategy Officer @ 273 Ventures.
The announcement was made as part of the final session of a private roundtable hosted at the San Francisco offices of Orrick. Recognized for both his academic and commercial accomplishments, Katz was selected as one of six leaders advancing the cause of Generative AI within the global legal industry.
About 273 Ventures
The 273 Ventures team has developed the Kelvin Legal Data OS to organize and connect data from various structured and unstructured sources, including documents like contracts and briefs, timekeeping entries, and laws and rules. Kelvin ships with automation for legal-specific use cases, like due diligence and regulatory monitoring, as well as connectors for common systems like Aderant and TeamConnect. Kelvin is LLM-agnostic, with support for practically all commercially available large language models, including GPT-4, Claude, and Llama 2. Kelvin is a modern purpose-built platform specifically designed for the legal industry, with an emphasis on compliance with information security standards and data protection laws. Kelvin can run on your own physical server or private cloud, on a developer's laptop, or in any public or hybrid cloud environment.