Posted on: February 04, 2015in Blog
LIVE from LegalTech New York 2015 it's D4!
D4's LTNY 2015 team shares highlights from each day in short video blogs (less than 2-minutes each!). Is Artificial Intelligence this year's predictive coding or Big Data? Watch and find out.
LegalTech New York Day #1 Recap
Chuck Kellner, SVP of Discovery Engineering at D4, recaps the first day of LegalTech New York 2015.
Video Blog Highlights:
- Artificial Intelligence is one of the event buzzwords, but what does it mean for the future of eDiscovery?
- Predictive Coding is now—more or less—universally accepted by the courts and is being used more often, on smaller and smaller cases.
- The eDiscovery workflow: We're starting to see an errosion of the classic EDRM model. We're all bent to the task now of delivering more actionable, usable information to our clients, earlier and earlier in the discovery process.
- How can we use advanced analytics earlier in eDiscovery in a way that improves ROI?
LegalTech New York Day #2 Recap
Tom Groom, VP of Discovery Engineering at D4, shares highlights from his experience at LegalTech New York 2015.
Video Blog Highlights:
- All-in-One platforms to manage everything including collections, legal holds, processing, hosting and review
- Analytics - from basic to advanced: We will start to see analytics features being built into the tools we have today (email threads, near-duplication and language detection) and new technologies pressing the envelope with the integration of advanced analytics and artificial intelligence with litigation support tools.
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