The Emperor has No Clothes – and PC Can’t See Image-Only Documents There are several parallels between predictive coding (AKA technology assisted review) and Hans Christian Andersons’ tale, “The Emperor’s New Clothes.” In the story, two weavers tell the emperor they will make him a suit of clothes that will be invisible to those people […]

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Without the right tools, even basic information governance tasks can be difficult. The most glaring example is document classification which is the bedrock upon which virtually all information governance initiatives rest. If you can’t accurately classify an ever increasing volume of documents and correspondence, you can’t apply the correct retention schedules, you can’t specify which […]

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Technology-Assisted Review (“TAR”) for e-discovery processing has received a fair amount of favorable publicity over the last several years, with extensive claims of statistically-sound measures of things like precision, recall, fallout, and f-measures. What may not be explicitly stated is that the “Technology” in TAR is limited to some type of textual analysis, i.e., TAR […]

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Most of us have heard about the parable of the six blind men and the elephant – it may actually be the first recorded instance of faceted classification. Six blind men touched different parts of an elephant and each described a completely different thing based on their own perspective or “view” of the elephant: The one […]

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Summary: Evidence that plaintiffs and their attorneys withheld information from Garlock Sealing Technologies, LLC, and filed inconsistent claims in other asbestos cases persuaded a bankruptcy court to cut mesothelioma plaintiffs requested estimated aggregate liability of Garlock by $1 billion. Without the use of BeyondRecognition’s BeyondRedaction technology, Garlock would not have been able to obtain as […]

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