AskAILA is an AI-based virtual legal advisor, but it can't replace a lawyer

Malaysian law firm Shang & Co developed AskAILA to provide employers and employees with accessible legal advice on employment disputes.

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7/1/2021 2:16:00 PM

Malaysian law firm Shang & Co developed AskAILA to provide employers and employees with accessible legal advice on employment disputes.

Malaysian law firm Shang & Co developed AskAILA to provide employers and employees with accessible legal advice on employment disputes.

has brought upon challenges in all forms for everyone, and businesses in Malaysia have not been exempt from economic obstacles as the economy recovers from effects of the pandemic. As of November 2020, almost 100,000 Malaysians have lost their jobs since the Movement Control Order (MCO) was implemented in March,

accordingto the Human Resources Ministry.Still, technology has undeniably played its part in helping everyone get through the pandemic (and subsequent restrictions), and AskAILA is the latest digital product that aims to help employers and employees in Malaysia. Shang & Co, a Malaysian law firm that specialises in employment law, says that this is “Malaysia’s first artificial legal assistant”.

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