There’s so much info about AI these days, it can get confusing, so a back to the basics in AI for eDiscovery webcast from HaystackID is very timely!
This Wednesday, June 28th, HaystackID will host the webcast Don’t Throw the Baby out with the Bathwater: Back to the Basics in AI for eDiscovery (available here) at noon ET (11am CT, 9am PT). In this webinar, expert panelists from HaystackID and Reveal Data will discuss the unfortunate confusion around generative AI-based technologies and share on the opportunities and appropriate use for structured analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and different large language models in the context of cybersecurity, information governance, and legal discovery.
Panelists will also highlight methods for validating the output of these systems, including the dangers of black box approaches when leveraging artificial intelligence, so that attendees can take back to their practices or organizations positive and trusted information to help streamline and encourage the adoption of AI to solve data-centric problems.
Expert Panelists include:
- Michael Sarlo, Chief Innovation Officer, President of Global Investigations and Cyber Incident Response Services, HaystackID
- Cat Casey, Chief Growth Officer, Reveal Data
- John Brewer, Chief Data Scientist, HaystackID
- Bernie Gabin, Ph.D., Senior Data Scientist, HaystackID
With the discussion around the impact of generative AI dominating the dialogue within the legal services industry, it is easy to buy into the hype without considering if the technology is the appropriate tool for the task. So, click here to get back to the basics in AI for eDiscovery this Wednesday!
So, what do you think? Are you confused about AI these days? If so, attend Wednesday’s webcast! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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