Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer
Next-generation AI software claims to be powerful enough to handle the scale of a document review with millions of files, yet nuanced enough to accurately identify privileged documents.Privilege review is often the most time-consuming and expensive part of document review. And, accuracy is critical. A single missed privileged document could jeopardize your case. Can you trust AI to transform your document review? Should you?
If you’re not a data scientist, how can you be confident in the results you receive from the software when you upload documents and it spits out a report? And, does “transform document review” mean you can’t use your current workflows? How do you go from ‘interested’ to ‘implemented’? How can you optimize the process?
We hear all of your questions. Our expert panel tackled these and more in our recent episode of The Inevitable, “Trust, But Verify: Validations for Optimizing Workflows with Next-Gen AI For Privilege & PII” that took place on Thursday, March 11.
Bobby Malhotra of Munger, Tolles & Olson, Josh Kreamer of AstraZeneca, and Judge Andrew Peck of DLA Piper will take you behind the curtain to shed light on how to validate results and implement AI-powered technology into your litigation workflow. They’ve seen AI in action and are here to share their validation, implementation, and optimization tips with you.
You can watch“Trust, But Verify: Validations for Optimizing Workflows with Next-Gen AI For Privilege & PII” on demand below.