How Artificial Intelligence (AI) is Adopted and Used by Legal Professionals
How to deal with enormous data volumes in eDiscoveries?
Organizations generate a massive amount of data each year and the COVID-19 pandemic has further driven the use of digital collaboration tools such as Slack and Microsoft Teams. This has accelerated the growth of data volumes and has increased the complexity of eDiscovery data.
Fortunately, legal professionals today are equipped with a host of new AI technologies that can help streamline and simplify each stage of the eDiscovery process. However, the question remains: What is the current state of AI adoption in eDiscovery today? Looking to the future, what AI capabilities are in the pipeline? What different eDiscovery approaches we need to take to mitigate risks and reduce costs?
ZyLAB and the Association of E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) recently surveyed eDiscovery practitioners to better understand the state of eDiscovery industry and how AI is deployed.
Women in eDiscovery - Frankfurt Chapter invites you to join Sarai Schubert, IPRO’s COO, on January 20th at 4.00 pm CET (GMT +01:00), as she presents the results of the survey and provides recommendations, based on recent insights, on the next steps eDiscovery leaders can take in order to advance the use of AI.
Women in eDiscovery - Frankfurt Chapter looks forward to seeing many of its members as well as guests. The event is free of charge and will be held in English via Microsoft Teams. The link to participate will be sent the day before the event.
Please register on Eventbrite.
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