H5 Matter Analytics® Named to NLJ’s Inaugural List of Emerging Technologies. Relativity-integrated Analytics Product with Sophisticated Email Threading and Use-Case Driven Solutions for Enhanced Document Review Seen as a Technology Promoting Change in Law Firms and Legal Departments.
H5 Matter Analytics® has been named to the National Law Journal’s inaugural list of Emerging Legal Technologies, which highlights new legal technologies that are changing the way law firms and legal departments operate.
In this SD Times issue, Lisa Morgan discusses the fact that ethical considerations today lag behind innovation, and explores with H5 CEO Nicolas Economou and others ways to build ethics into mindsets and processes in the article "How to Achieve Ethical Design."
H5 today announced the wide release of H5 Matter Analytics℠ (H5MA), a Relativity-integrated application that includes a sophisticated solution for the rapid identification of supported forms of personally identifiable information (PII) in a dataset.
H5 today announced the wide release of H5 Matter Analytics, a Relativity-integrated product that helps users analyze and manage the review of their hosted data with greater efficiency. Previously available only to H5 clients, it is now available to any law firm or corporation using Relativity.
Nicolas Economou of H5 moderates a panel of AI/human rights thinkers at an event sponsored by United Nations University, held June 22, 2018 at the International Peace Institute on the topic of: "Why Should We Design and Deploy Human-Compatible AI?"
In this HPE enterprise.nxt piece by Grant Gross, "Will privacy rights symie AI?", H5's Nicolas Economou weighs in on the impact of GDPR on AI and beyond as concern over the right to privacy challenges the evolution of technology.
At the IMF New Economy Forum, H5 CEO Nicolas Economou was interviewed by Ana C. Rold (Diplomatic Courier) on AI governance and the framework by which societies should delegate decisions to machines as the digital future unfolds. (Also see Resources>Video).
In this article by Art Keller (Technoskeptic.com) discussing a recent whitepaper on the malicious use of artificial intelligence, H5's Nicolas Economou addresses the need for societal representation on every level in creating a governance framework for AI.
H5 CEO Nicolas Economou is interviewed by Scientific American to provide insight into the tricky questions that arise about liability and accountability when people and artificially intelligent machines interact.