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Legal-tech startups are born in India. Digital tools may just transform the business of law.

A few startups have begun introducing technology solutions in the legal profession in India, harnessing data analytics, AI, ML, et al. From shedding light on the emerging trends in court decisions to helping law firms automate and move to the cloud to e-stamping, these firms are making an audacious bid to transform the legal profession. But it’s still early days.

Innovation

Legal-tech startups are born in India. Digital tools may just transform the business of law.

A few startups have begun introducing technology solutions in the legal profession in India, harnessing data analytics, AI, ML, et al. From shedding light on the emerging trends in court decisions to helping law firms automate and move to the cloud to e-stamping, these firms are making an audacious bid to transform the legal profession. But it’s still early days.

Innovation

The rise of society-management apps amid pandemic. It’s MyGate vs. Reliance Jio’s JioGate, et al.

There has been a surge in the popularity of society-management apps in India – from MyGate to Reliance Jio’s JioGate to NoBrokerHOOD to Smart Guard, among others. They are becoming the channel for societies and apartment complexes to tap essential services while minimising interactions with the outside world. The stage is set for a clash of the apps for market leadership.

Innovation

Digital twins of humans will help fight pandemics in future. It’s the fourth industrial revolution.

“Digital twins”, or digital replicas of physical entities or processes, are transforming healthcare and many other critical sectors – from aviation to auto to power. It’s the ‘fourth industrial revolution’, in which machines are making decisions for humans. This transformation needs scalable, connected networks, and is the next big opportunity for telcos – a USD36 billion market by 2025.

Innovation

Mumbai startup reshapes 3D printing to mass-produce cheap face shields for doctors.

3D printing severely limits the number of products that can be manufactured at a time. But Boson Machines is using the computer-aided process to mass-produce affordable face shields for frontline Covid-19 workers. And it has raised money through crowdfunding to keep going. It’s a gripping narrative that has unfolded over the nationwide lockdown.

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