Consumers’ lives, tastes, and habits have been profoundly altered by artificial intelligence, with companies like Amazon, Google, Netflix, Spotify, and Uber disrupting well-established industries. Legal technology including e-discovery (and software as a service in general) will not be spared. No less an authority than Gartner estimates that 80% of emerging technologies will be built on a foundation of artificial intelligence by 2021.
Download these slides and learn how AI will change e-discovery and litigation practices, including:
- By providing new capabilities and insight throughout the e-discovery process, leading to decreased costs and increased efficiencies
- By providing insight and analytics earlier in the EDRM, rather than just during document review
- By orchestrating multiple tasks, coordinating schedules and modeling outcome
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