See what I did there? It’s a webcast tomorrow – for today and tomorrow! 😉 Anyway, privilege review and logging have always been a major headache in eDiscovery, but artificial intelligence (AI) tools and methods, when thoughtfully integrated into a litigation workflow, are changing review today—and are poised to make a major impact on the review of tomorrow. Tomorrow’s webcast that will discuss what you need to know about those tools, methods and impacts!
Tomorrow, Corporate Counsel Business Journal will host the webcast AI & Privilege Review Today—and Tomorrow at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT), sponsored by H5. In this webcast, experts in the know explore how savvy users are applying AI and machine learning tools to expedite the privilege workflow now, and look ahead at their potential to fully streamline the privilege review process going forward. Topics will include:
- AI tools that can be deployed in your eDiscovery tool to help automate parts of the privilege workflow
- Abandoning the existing keyword paradigm in favor of classification engines that can be applied across assets, practice groups, firms, or lines of business
- How to triage a privilege review to more readily assess accuracy
- Challenges and barriers
- How deep learning models can learn from human decisions already applied in various dimensions to accelerate the privilege workflow
- Caveats and possibilities
- Necessary steps to advance future progress
I’m excited to be presenting with a terrific panel for this one, including Gareth Evans, Partner, Redgrave; Bobby Malhotra, E-discovery Counsel, Munger, Tolles & Olson; Joy Murao, Founder & CEO, Practice Aligned Resources; and Jeff Grobart, Associate Director, Professional Services, H5.
You can register for the webcast here. CLE credits will be applied for immediately following the webcast to the following states: AL, AZ, CA, CT, GA, IL, MN, MO, NC, NJ, NY, RI, TN, TX, and WI. Please be sure to answer all required pop-ups and fill in your state and bar number in the survey. It’s your opportunity to not only catch up to the curve regarding the use of AI for privilege review, but to get ahead of it!
So, what do you think? Are you looking to leverage technology to make privilege review more efficient? If so, please join us! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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