Predictive coding is a type of machine-learning technology that enables a computer to help “predict” how documents should be classified based on limited human input. The technology is exciting……… because the ability to automatically predict document responsiveness has the potential to save organisations millions in document review costs.
Because I am not only an independent Consultant, but also software agnostic (to use some jargon!) I can truthfully advise as to whether eDiscovery technology would help in a particular matter or not. If it does then I can save time and money for the end client without question. I can recommend particular software solutions which I would consider best suited for the type of matter and therefore can recommend service providers, allowing the client and or lawyer to make the final choice.
This post is devoted to just one method of finding documents that have been uploaded to an eDiscovery database solution. Keyword searching is the most used and most common method...
There is huge pressure to search, find, eliminate or otherwise, relevant data and documents and the deadlines are stringent. All of this can be done using eDiscovery technology in exactly the same way as for litigation cases.
eDiscovery is about being clever with the way you review documents. It’s about picking the right search terms, using a good provider and having a proper hosting platform.