A Guide to eDiscovery in Artificial Intelligence

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Daniel Garrie, co-founder of Law & Forensics

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The electronic discovery process is an essential part of litigation. In the case of eDiscovery — which involves volumes of structured and unstructured data that lawyers must sift through — artificial intelligence (AI) can dramatically improve this critical legal process. AI technology can have a drastic impact on how legal teams spend their valuable time. The use of AI in eDiscovery offers numerous advantages, both in finding relevant documents much more quickly, thereby increasing efficiency and reducing costs, and also in detecting a bigger volume of information to broaden and deepen the understanding of the subject matter itself. This presentation is presented by Daniel Garrie, co-founder of Law & Forensics, and will cover the benefits of using AI, Technology Assisted Review (TAR), and ethical considerations for attorneys.
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