February 4, 2015

User-Defined Predictive Coding for Fact Finding and Prioritized Review


Washington, D.C. partner, Jay Brudz was part of a panel discussion during LegalTech New York 2015 held on February 4, 2015.

It’s easy to think of machine learning only when reviewing for large productions, however, forward-thinking users are applying it to drive internal investigations, analyze government-seized data stores, quality-check manual review, and much more. Attendee heard creative strategies for combining search and analytics for powerful fact finding and cost savings across a range of real-world use cases.

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