Introducing The Inevitable 2020 Series

Introducing The Inevitable 2020 Series

Discussions to guide you through this unprecedented time.

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Meet a Text IQer: Engineer & Researcher Yi-Hsiang Kao

Meet a Text IQer: Engineer & Researcher Yi-Hsiang Kao

Highlighting the talents and perspectives of our individual team members, our "Meet a Text IQer" blog series provides an insider view of the key players who drive our company. This installment features Yi-Hsiang Kao, Engineer & Researcher. Entrenched in the Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Machine Learning (ML) that’s at the root of Text IQ, Yi-Hsiang, strives to find new ways to bring structure to an increasing amount of unstructured data. 

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Text IQ Series | Revisiting Automatic Redaction: HIPAA Redactions Can Be a Tough Pill to Swallow

Text IQ Series | Revisiting Automatic Redaction: HIPAA Redactions Can Be a Tough Pill to Swallow

Life Sciences companies - and their legal representation - feel the burden of redacting sensitive information such as PII and PHI to comply with HIPAA regulations during clinical trials, adverse report filings, litigation, and more. We spoke with Leeanne Mancari, Litigator and Co-Chair of eDiscovery and Information Management Platform at DLA Piper, on the pain points she faces while representing clients in the Life Sciences sector and potential solutions to streamline the discovery process. 

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Text IQ Partners with Seyfarth Shaw

Text IQ Partners with Seyfarth Shaw

We're pleased to announce our (now official) partnership with Seyfarth Shaw LLP!

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Meet a Text IQer: Legal Intern Ida Ebeid

Meet a Text IQer: Legal Intern Ida Ebeid

Highlighting the talents and perspectives of our individual team members, our "Meet a Text IQer" blog series provides an insider view of the key players who drive our company. 

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Launching auto-redaction

Launching auto-redaction

Holy ███ ! Text IQ Launches Auto-Redaction!

We applied our AI to auto-redaction to revolutionize the very manual, time-consuming, and risky process. You've got to see it to believe it! Check out what all the excitement is about by scheduling your demo now.
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As the new working environment and privacy landscape continues to evolve, we’re here to help you adapt to it. Our Auto-Redaction product provides auto-identification and redaction of sensitive data (e.g. PI, PHI, confidential, or privileged information) at scale to align with the ever-escalating regulatory requirements.

Here’s a quick glance at how it works:

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Demystifying AI Series: Unstructured Data

Demystifying AI Series: Unstructured Data

“Every block of stone has a statue inside it, and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.” In this way, Michelangelo explained the creative process that led him to turn rough chunks of marble into some of the world’s most prized sculptures. Rather than transforming the raw materials into something new, the artist subtracted the unnecessary rock to reveal that which lay hidden inside.

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Text IQ at the CPR Annual Meeting

Text IQ at the CPR Annual Meeting

Earlier this year, before cities, states, and even countries were placed on Covid-19 lock downs, when we could still go places (we miss places), our CEO and co-founder, Apoorv Agarwal joined leaders in compliance, law, and Fortune 100 companies at the International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution’s annual meeting in St. Petersburg, FL. He was honored to participate in “The ADR Proceeding of the Future” panel discussion. Apoorv had the opportunity to share Text IQ’s innovations in artificial intelligence and its cutting edge applications.

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Meet a Text IQer: Head of People Operations Brandon Nieuw

Meet a Text IQer: Head of People Operations Brandon Nieuw

Highlighting the talents and perspectives of our individual team members, our newly relaunched "Meet a Text IQer" blog series provides an insider view of the key players who drive our company.

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Demystifying AI Series: Unsupervised Learning

Demystifying AI Series: Unsupervised Learning

Children are born with intelligence but lack knowledge. As they observe and interact with the world, experience feeds into that intelligence and gradually knowledge takes form. This, of course, is what we call learning.

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