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.
In this Bloomberg Big Law Business article, Nicolas Economou, CEO of H5, comments on the recent proposal by the ABA for the legal profession to address the emerging ethical and legal issues presented by the growing use of AI.
H5 has been awarded Band 1 status, the highest ranking from among 6 Bands, in the 2019 edition of the Chambers Litigation Support Guide, an independent legal industry referral guide issued by Chambers and Partners. H5 is one of only four companies to have attained that ranking.
Leading global eDiscovery education and certification provider the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS), a BARBRI professional association, is pleased to announce that H5 is the association’s newest “Silver Level” affiliate partner.
In this Bloomberg Insights article, IEEE Executive Committee member Eileen Lach and H5 CEO Nicolas Economou discuss the IEEE Global Initiative’s four principles for trustworthy adoption of AI/Machine Learning in legal systems as presented by the IEEE’s Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent...
A committed group of H5'ers, always happy to lend a helping hand, today took the afternoon to volunteer at Raphael House in San Francisco, a remarkable organization that has been serving homeless families in the City since 1971.
Nicolas Economou, CEO of H5, speaks on AI and the Law to global experts and leaders in Paris at UNESCO’s (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) global conference, “Principles for Artificial Intelligence: Towards a Humanistic Approach.”