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Wednesday July 1st, 2015 12:33:13 PM
Predictive Coding Theory: How Our Brains Recognize Faces From Minimal InformationScience 2.0The current theory, the "Predictive Coding" theory, suggests that signals only have to be sent to higher brain areas for processing if predictions aren't met. Thus an increase in signal activity towards higher brain areas should occur. However, there ...
Tuesday June 30th, 2015 03:33:42 PM
Bloomberg Big Law BusinessAs Data Streams Grow, Lawyers Look for New Ways to Find FactsBloomberg Big Law BusinessThe result is that more and more of the work once handled by contract attorneys is being conducted by data scientists who use data mining techniques in combination with a machine learning technology, known as predictive coding. Borden, an evangelist ...
Thursday July 16th, 2015 05:03:25 PM
The National Law ReviewThe Culling Fields: Some Software is Better than Others at Efficient Document ...The National Law ReviewThe software features needed to implement the second filter are more advanced, namely the predictive coding and probability ranking features. Here you review and cull the various strata of the ranked documents. The second filter can still work without ...
Tuesday July 28th, 2015 09:59:30 AM
Why Data Deletion Makes Sense (And Dollars)Mondaq News Alerts (registration)Of course, improvements in e-discovery and predictive coding technologies can reduce those costs, but, again, as volume increases, those savings can be devoured. Volume is key and creates its own risks. For one thing, if more data are stored, there, ...and more »
Wednesday July 22nd, 2015 08:10:15 PM
Bloomberg Big Law BusinessSurvey: Ignorance About Cybersecurity at Corporate Law Departments Still PervasiveBloomberg Big Law BusinessFTI Consulting on Tuesday released an “Advice From Counsel” report on eDiscovery, which found that only slightly more than half of companies interviewed are making efficient use of predictive coding. For the survey, Ari Kaplan Advisors conducted 31 ...
Monday July 27th, 2015 10:14:00 AM
ValueWalkWhat Makes A Law Student Succeed Or Fail?ValueWalk... and cheaper competition, as technology streamlines high-markup labor-intensive tasks, from simple software for creating simple documents to replacing multi-lawyer document review with "predictive coding" in which "machine algorithms partially ...and more »
Tuesday July 21st, 2015 02:25:51 PM
eDiscovery (Software and Services) - Global Strategic Business Report 2015 ...SYS-CON Media (press release)This report analyzes the worldwide markets for eDiscovery (Software and Services) in US$ Million. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts ...and more »
Wednesday July 8th, 2015 01:09:39 PM
Buffalo Business First (blog)'Get out of jail free' card in e-discoveryBuffalo Business First (blog)Relativity Fest's panel, “What Judges Need From Lawyers, Paralegals and Technologists. A Conversation with Federal Judges about the State of E-Discovery,” got heated up a bit over the topic of predictive coding. First, the panel — which included ...
Monday July 27th, 2015 04:03:18 PM
American College of Surgeons clinical database drives improvements in surgical ...FierceHealthcareIn the case of the Inova study, researchers suspect the difference in outcomes can be attributed to the precise diagnostic coding information in the ACS NSQIP data, said lead study author Amber Trickey, Ph.D., a surgery epidemiologist and ...and more »
Friday July 24th, 2015 03:33:57 PM
To cull a Mockingbird: the popular, but risky, “keyword” collection filterLexology (registration)See eg, William Webber's analysis of the Biomet case where this kind of keyword filtering was use before predictive coding began. What is the maximum recall in re Biomet?, Evaluating e-Discovery (4/24/13). Webber shows that in Biomet this method First ...and more »
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