AI in eDiscovery: Expectations vs. Reality

AI in eDiscovery

New White Paper! AI in eDiscovery: Expectations vs. Reality

For the last decade, the term Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been used quite a lot in the eDiscovery industry, with many at this point feeling like it’s more hype than technological innovation. This sense of hollow promises was added to recently when a former employee of Hanzo filed a lawsuit claiming that “the company would manually input the investigation results into its customer portal to create the false appearance that they were generated by artificial intelligence,” because the company’s AI platform was not functioning, [while] “senior Hanzo officials repeatedly warned the plaintiff not to tell clients about the manual investigations.”

So if they were faking AI results, does that mean everyone claiming they’re using it in eDiscovery is lying? Not in the least! But it does raise the need to define what is (and isn’t) Artificial Intelligence within eDiscovery as a way to cut through the noise. To do that, Ipro compiled thoughts from industry experts — William Kellerman, Hanson Bridgett LLP; Stephen Goldstein, Squire Patton Boggs; Robert Cruz, RVM Enterprises to discuss AI in the legal world.

AI in eDiscovery, by Ipro

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