PwC strikes deal with San Francisco startup to let lawyers and tax experts use AI chatbot

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By Louis Goss PwC has struck a deal to start using an artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot to speed up work in its tax and legal divisions as the World’s top professional services firms increasingly look towards tech to boost efficiency. The accounting firm’s initial 12-month contract with San Francisco startup Harvey will see all 4,000 staff in PwC’s global legal business gain immediate access to the company’s AI chatbot that it developed off the back of OpenAI’s GPT technology. PwC will also seek to work out ways it might begin using the specialist lawtech tool to speed up work and boost the…

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