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The Impact of Incorrect Training Sets and Rolling Collections on Technology-Assisted Review (TAR) and Defensible Disposition

July 16, 2013

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Last week, I participated in the DESI Workshop held as part of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Law on June 14 in Rome, Italy. At the conference we submitted recent Technology Assisted Review (TAR) findings described in the paper “The Impact of Incorrect Training Sets and Rolling Collections on Technology-Assisted Review, which was […]

Principles of Creating a Top-Down Filing plan

July 2, 2013

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Records management and archiving practices have now acquired a new level of visibility and importance within both public and private sectors, and, as a result, most organizations are acknowledging the relevance of comprehensive, high-quality records management solutions. The expectations for a conceptual framework of records management, however, now involve more than just the traditional perception […]