February 04, 2014

The New Frontier: Predictive Coding for Information Governance


Bennett Borden was a Speaker at LegalTech New York on the subject of The New Frontier: Predictive Coding for Information Governance. Predictive coding is widely used in e-discovery, and its defensibility has been broadly recognized in US courts. The question is – can the same technology be used to implement an organization’s information governance policy? The basic concept is simple: train the predictive coding system to identify document belonging to the organization’s retention categories. But does it work? How do you start? Who should own the process? What are the challenges? What are the benefits? And is it defensible. In this session, the panel addressed these issues, bringing to bear their first-hand experience, over the last year, in groundbreaking predictive coding projects in the information governance space.



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