Although there have been regulatory efforts to address privacy and bias concerns regarding AI in the past, more are in store for 2021.
Using TAR often comes with greater demands for transparency but some simple approaches can help teams start to use it with fewer obstacles.
Artificial intelligence brings exciting new possibilities to companies trying to navigate the expanding realms of data and compliance.
TAR has been court-approved for use in litigation for years, but many legal professionals still don't use it: transparency is a key factor.
Initial actions of the Biden administration signal an increased regulatory environment, suggesting a need for proactive and well-prepared legal and compliance functions.
As technology continues to quickly evolve, companies can expertly address AI-related privacy concerns with the right knowledge and team. A panel of experts recently discussed how consideration of privacy issues is critical in the effective and ethical implementation of augmented intelligence systems.
As data analytics tools and methods become more sophisticated, they can can help organize, visualize, identify and reduce data to expedite review and enhance review processes. Here are some use cases you may not have considered.
Many challenges of electronic information and messaging relate to knowing the actual identity of the message creator or recipient when so many aliases are in play. Learn how automated name normalization tools can help, especially when it comes to privilege review.
As AI increasingly permeates our lives, its use in the legal realm requires careful consideration by both practitioners and the courts, especially when considering legal processes and rules of evidence. Here are some things to consider.
In this February SupplyChainBrain article, H5 expert Eric Pender discusses how micro-investigations can address increased compliance risks from the pandemic fallout.