This eDiscovery Year in Review webinar will discuss emerging technologies, workflows, and developments in the eDiscovery industry!
On Thursday, February 16th, the ACEDS Toronto chapter will host the webcast eDiscovery Year in Review: Technologies, Workflows and General Developments at noon ET (11am CT, 9am PT). This lively panel discussion will cover a range of topics including artificial intelligence, machine learning, and automation, which are increasingly being used to streamline eDiscovery processes and improve efficiency. The event (available here) will also touch on current challenges and trends in the eDiscovery industry, including the increasing volume of data, the need for collaboration and communication among stakeholders, and the growing importance of defensible and repeatable processes.
I’m excited to be part of the panel along with Ian Campbell, President & CEO of iCONECT; Gretel Best, Manager of Litigation Support & eDiscovery, Gowlings WLG; and Chris Walker, Senior Manager, Forensic Technology, KPMG (who will be moderating the discussion).
We’ll be discussing eDiscovery trends including identifying and preserving relevant data, searching and reviewing large volumes of data, ensuring data security and privacy, managing the data from multiple sources, in various formats and in different languages, artificial Intelligence and machine learning, collaboration and communication and other trends shaping eDiscovery. We’ll even talk about eDiscovery Today’s 2023 State of the Industry report!
It should be an interesting and educational discussion! Thanks to the ACEDS Toronto chapter for presenting this discussion and thanks for including me! You can register for to attend on 2/16 here!
So, what do you think? Are you interested to hear about the eDiscovery Year in Review? If so, then register for 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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