Everyone’s talking about AI, but here’s a webinar that discusses how AI and AI-adjacent technologies impact discovery, compliance and investigations!
Next Wednesday, April 19th, Today’s General Counsel, in association with KLDiscovery, will host the webcast How AI and AI-Adjacent Technologies Impact Discovery, Compliance & Investigations (available here) at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT). Join this webcast to hear Eric Robinson, Vice President of Global Advisory Services & Strategic Client Solutions at KLDiscovery discuss how AI and AI-adjacent technologies (including machine learning, natural language processing, and predictive coding) are impacting discovery, compliance and investigations – especially in highly regulated industries with changing rules. Join the discussion and learn:
- Why AI and AI-adjacent technologies are important for regulated industries
- The significance of AI in addressing data and information management requirements
- How AI technologies impact the discovery and investigatory processes, including downstream benefits
- How AI can help establish efficiencies for data mining in cyber incident response over traditional models
- The potential implications of technologies like ChatGPT and the Metaverse on discovery and compliance
Let’s face it, staying on top of evolving compliance requirements and the emergence of new collaboration tools is challenging for legal, compliance, and risk leaders. Do you know how AI and AI-adjacent technologies can impact discovery and compliance and investigations? If not, register here to find out next Wednesday!
So, what do you think? Are you looking for proven ways to leverage AI for discovery, compliance & investigations? If so, consider attending the webcast! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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