Cyxtera announces Brainspace 6.1 to accelerate data analysis, reduce costs and improve investigation accuracy

One of the most interesting interviews which I have conducted this year was with Dean Kuhlmann, VP of Business Development at Brainspace. I took the opportunity then to write about the Cyxtera group of companies, including Brainspace, whose Continuous Multimodal Learning technology and dynamic visualisations were, as I put it, “augmenting intelligence, taking information, reorganising it, and giving the “good stuff” to the people who need it”.

Brainspace 6.1 takes this further with new features designed to improve the accuracy of investigative decisions, accelerate data analysis and reduce legal costs.

New features in Brainspace 6.1 include portable learning (which allows predictive models to be transferred between datasets thus bringing past work to new cases), native file analysis (quickly identifying high-value information by extracting metadata and unstructured text from native documents), targeted learning (encouraging focus on only the most relevant data), and enhancements to Continuous Multimodal Learning insights

There is a press release about the new functionality here.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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