Five AI Pioneers to Watch

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These AI tools aim to transform the practice of law.

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  • Jeremy Pickens

    A comment on the use of the word "pioneering" as a frame for the content of this article. You mention that the first vendor is a pioneer, because they‘re integrating TAR across all stages of e-discovery.. from culling to depo prep. They very well may be doing this, but I politely disagree with the label "pioneering". For a number of years now (since 2012-2013), the company at which I am chief scientist (Catalyst) has been applying machine learning (TAR) to the full stack as well. And talking loudly and publicly about it. So how it is "pioneering" to now be doing something that has been both talked about and done for years? I‘m resisting the temptation to launch into a detailed technical pitch about exactly by what means we have been doing this full stack. I.e. while some of the older TAR solutions could be used for review and for analyzing received productions, but something like depo prep was more challenging for those older solutions, and how we overcame that challenge. Suffice it to say that this "pioneering" information is out there, waiting to be journalistically found and reported on.

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