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    2015-05-27 11:00:54
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    DESI VI: Exploring Innovation in eDiscovery

    The Sixth Workshop on Discovery of Electronically Stored Information (DESI VI) will be held in San Diego on June 8, 2015, as part of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL). The Workshop aims to foster engagement and advance guidelines and standards for machine learning and other a...

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    2013-05-30 13:33:08
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    Up Next: TAR Tools in the Enterprise

    Kudos to the keen insight and dot-connecting abilities of Barclay Blair. In his May 21 blog post “My Prediction: Predictive Coding Will Help Information Governance Get Real,” he goes directly to the heart of the information governance (IG) challenge in stating his belief that “…Information Governance will ...

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    2012-12-13 06:22:12
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    4-Hour Work Week for Litigation and E-discovery Attorneys?

    I recently read the book The 4-Hour Work Week by author Tim Ferriss. Apparently I was a little late to the party, because this book has been on the New York Times Bestseller List for over four years, has been translated into 35 languages, and has sold more and 1.3 million copies. In case you are also late to th...

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    2012-11-26 06:43:49
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    “Lifting the Hood” on Technology-Assisted Review

    Counsel at companies and firms who haven’t warmed to the idea of technology-assisted review often express some oblique concern about how to know what’s going on “under the hood.” It’s an interesting reference, because knowing what’s going on under the hood when computers are involved is a bit counteri...

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    2012-11-09 06:50:14
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    Document Review: Human vs. Machine or Human AND Machine?

    The by now age-old rivalry between person and machine continues ever onward with concerns around technology-assisted review. The idea of giving control of document review decisions to a machine can understandably give one pause. What’s going on in the machine and how is a human to know?

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    2012-10-03 07:01:04
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    Overcoming Five Barriers to Technology-Assisted Review

    In law, nothing could go more against the grain for those who are inherently risk averse and precedent-trained than having to brave new approaches to the familiar, seemingly tried and true task of document review.

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    2012-08-03 07:19:13
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    Technology-Assisted Review - From the Back Room to the Courtroom

    In what seems like a sudden development long in coming, “technology-assisted review” or “computer-assisted review” has finally made its way from the back room to the courtroom as Magistrate Judges Peck and Nolan opine in matters that that have raised some of the most challenging e-discovery issues since th...