Wow, what a lineup! The Houston Chapter of ACEDS has an AI technology showcase event on October 20th with four titans of eDiscovery and AI providing demos of their technology!
The event will consist of two parts: 1) online demos from the providers of their technology to showcase how that technology can help you use AI on every case, and 2) a happy hour in Houston for locals looking to network and catch up with each other!
As evidenced by the graphic above, the AI technology showcase will include demos from DISCO, Everlaw, Relativity and Reveal-Brainspace on Thursday October 20th! The demos will be conducted over one hour, from noon to 1pm CT, with two providers conducting simultaneous demos at each time (attendees can pick which of the demos they wish to attend). It will be a great opportunity to check out some really cool AI capabilities in four of the leading eDiscovery platforms today!
Additionally, for those in Houston, the ACEDS Houston Chapter will be hosting a happy hour from 5:30 – 7:30 PM at the Yard House at CityCentre in Houston (800 Sorella Ct Space 116, Houston, TX 77024).
For more information and to register for the event, click here! Even if you’re not in Houston, you can certainly attend the online AI technology showcase at noon CT on October 20th! And if you are in Houston, come join us and meet other eDiscovery professionals in the Houston area!
Thanks to DISCO, Everlaw, Relativity and Reveal-Brainspace for participating in and sponsoring the event!
So, what do you think? Are you interested in learning more about AI in eDiscovery? Of course you are! So, please attend the AI technology showcase on October 20th! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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