How AI Can Change

How AI Can Change Your Life: eDiscovery Webinars

That’s a bold promise! But, from an eDiscovery perspective, Dr. Gavin Manes of Avansic and Ian Campbell of iCONECT will show you how AI can change your life – in eDiscovery workflows!

Next Wednesday, May 18th, Avansic will host the webcast eDiscovery Bootcamp: How AI Can Change Your Life at 1:30pm CT (2:30 ET, 11:30am PT).  In this webcast, Gavin and Ian will discuss how the adoption of specific AI techniques can accelerate your eDiscovery workflow – from common tasks such as textual analytics for detecting near dupes and clusters to the automated identification of sensitive information such as PII and PHI.

They’ll also demonstrate how AI can be used in both traditional review as a QC against the process, review some innovative ways to use AI to create a minimal review set which dramatically reduces review time and costs, and wrap it up with some unique ways to use AI technology in a classic predictive review workflow.

In a recent UF Law Conference eDiscovery survey (which I covered here), 65% said they use AI as part of their workflow. We are all exposed to AI every day – most of the time without even knowing it, and this is true in eDiscovery as well.

This isn’t the first eDiscovery Bootcamp webinar that Gavin and Ian has hosted – they also previously conducted the webinar eDiscovery Bootcamp: 4 Ways to Amplify Your Ideal eDiscovery Workflow, which you can watch on demand here!

So, what do you think? If you’re wondering how AI can change your life in eDiscovery workflows, consider attending the webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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