Legal Business World interviews Sheila Mackay about the 2019 H5 Corporate Investigations Survey and the challenging investigations landscape that many companies face today.
Healthcare organizations are likely to see an increase in internal investigations in the coming year. The primary causes are a growing emphasis on compliance and the advent of new technology creating data risks. Read more in this article from Relias Media.
In this episode of IBM thinkLeaders podcast, Nicolas Economou (CEO of H5) and Sarah Judd (Curriculum Manager for open learning at AI4ALL) discuss the importance of auditing AI, increasing AI education for underrepresented groups, and ensuring that democratic values are baked into AI.
In this Law.com article, Victoria Hudgins speaks with H5's Sheila Mackay regarding findings from H5's recent Corporate Investigations Survey.
H5 has released a report analyzing the results of a survey that examined current trends relating to corporate investigations and the outlook for the future. Read more about it here.
The IEEE, the global standards-setting body, is to put in place benchmarks for legal AI applications and seek to establish order in what some see as a ‘Wild West’ market for machine learning tools. Nicolas Economou, H5 CEO and chair of the Law Committee of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and...
Even the most tech-savvy companies may be challenged by large productions. Does the government have higher expectations when it comes to tech companies? Lon Troyer of H5 weighs in.
Law firm, government, and business leaders discussed the trustworthiness of AI tools in legal settings at the “AI and the Rule of Law Roundtable” in Athens, Greece. H5's Nicolas Economou was a major participant.
The 2019 eDiscovery Buyers Guide has recently been released, providing key comparison data to help law firms select innovative new eDiscovery products quickly and inexpensively. A review of H5 Matter Analytics and H5's Key Document Identification Service is included in the guide’s 3rd edition.
In this Information Week article, Nicolas Economou, CEO of H5, discusses the concept of competence and its importance in relation to the development and growing use of AI systems in the law.