The E-Discovery Bots Are Coming: Machine Learning in Preservation and Collection

In e-discovery, machine learning mainly addresses review. What are the possibilities with preservation and collection?

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In e-discovery, machine learning mainly addresses review. What are the possibilities with preservation and collection?

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What's being said

  • Satya jalli

    Very excellent article and gives us a scope to think forward along with the technology advancement.

  • Matt Ahearn

    Let‘s do it!

  • Matt Ahearn

    Let‘s do it!

  • John Hopkins

    Excellent article. I look forward to the bots! This seems like a true solution to some of the problems with TAR involving subjective, human judgment. Thanks.

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