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ACEDS Webinar: Are Humans Overrated in eDiscovery?
December 7, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Webinar: Are Humans Overrated in eDiscovery?
Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2022
Time: 12:00 pm CST
Register: Click Here to Register
“Yes, excessive automation at Tesla was a mistake. To be precise, my mistake. Humans are underrated.” —Elon Musk, April 13, 2018
Musk’s words will resonate with anyone working in an industry where technology and automation seem to be taking over at staggering rates. As humans have managed to pass along tedious computations and repetitive, algorithmic processes to machines, this trend applies to just about every industry these days, including eDiscovery. But like any technology-assisted endeavor, an efficient and successful eDiscovery process is the perfect marriage between humans and machines.
We need both computers and humans to achieve successful business outcomes. Computers provide the speed, accuracy, and processing power needed to handle large amounts of data quickly and efficiently. Humans provide the strategic thinking, creativity, and interpersonal skills needed to make decisions, solve problems, and communicate effectively.
The bottom line: AI is meant to complement human intelligence, not replace it. Managing complex decision-making processes, problem-solving, and the ability to analyze and understand the true meaning of trends and patterns will forever lie within the most complex organism we know: the human brain.
This webinar will explore the interplay between people and computers. As eDiscovery service providers become increasingly focused on what powerful software can offer, we want to shift our attention to the people who hold true expertise and generate meaningful results.
John Burchfield, CEO of Venio Systems, is a globally recognized executive and thought leader that has driven cultural and technological innovation in the eDiscovery industry. With over two decades of strategic leadership, he counts recognition for running one of Inc. Magazine’s top 50 workplaces among his most gratifying professional accomplishments. John has also spurred innovation in AI adoption and process improvement inside some of the nation’s largest law firms and corporations
VP of Operations
Ronnie Johnson, VP of Operation at Venio Systems. He has always been Upper and Executive level leadership of all internal operations in a large LSP and legal software provider. He has a 17 year successful track record of managing large eDiscovery teams.
He is focused on effective team building and communication, customer-centric, product and business development, staffing, training, positive coaching/mentoring, and vendor relationships. He is experienced in managing multinational eDiscovery teams while utilizing multiple processing and review technologies, and worked closely with internal HR, Legal, Sales, Marketing, and PM groups.
Senior Director of Customer Success
Tonya Mullins, Senior Director of Customer Success at Venio Systems. She has a wealth of eDiscovery experience from sales, project management, software development, and business intelligence. She knows what it takes to successfully combine people’s talents with technology and innovative processes to deliver on clients’ expectations.