Category Archives: Analytics

Interview: Colin Shepheard of Lineal on the use of analytics in Relativity

One of the dominant themes at Relativity Fest in London (my report on that is here) was the increasing use of Relativity Analytics for solving electronic disclosure problems. While there, I interviewed Colin Shepheard, Director of Project Management at Lineal, … Continue reading

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On the iCONECT blog: Netflix as a model for explaining technology assisted review

How do you explain sophisticated technology to people who are not only new to the subject but are by nature resistant to it? Technologists have always tried to use parallels from their users’ experience either as an illustration of concepts … Continue reading

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Relativity Fest London – a rounded eDisclosure conference not just a trade show

As I noted when I wrote about it in advance, kCura’s Relativity Fest London has been moving over the years to become a full-blown eDiscovery / eDisclosure event and not just a platform for launching kCura initiatives and for networking. There … Continue reading

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Interview: Brandon Mack of DTI-Epiq – technology assisted review in the real world

I interviewed Brandon Mack of DTI-Epiq recently, and opened by asking him what he meant by technology-assisted review. We went on to discuss how technology is changing the practice of lawyers, the widening scope of projects which use eDiscovery tools … Continue reading

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DTI invests in Valora Technologies for auto-classification, predictive analytics and data mining

The merger last year of DTI and Epiq made one of the largest and most significant players in the global legal technology market. I recently interviewed Keith Conley, President and COO at DTI, who emphasised (among other things) the in-house … Continue reading

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Welcome to Brainspace as a sponsor of the eDisclosure Information Project

I am delighted to say that Brainspace has become the latest sponsor of the eDisclosure Information Project. Brainspace creates machine-learning software designed to analyze massive amounts of unstructured data very quickly. Brainspace explores data – not just words and phrases, … Continue reading

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In government as in business, having no institutional memory means waste and lost opportunity

A Twitter thread from George Peretz QC draws attention to an article from the Institute for Government called Policy reinvention leads to huge waste and little progress. In a series of tweets, Peretz laments the lack of institutional memory in … Continue reading

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A good launch for Conduent Legal and Compliance Solutions

If the hardest thing in marketing is to launch an entirely new start-up business, perhaps the second is to launch a new name and brand for a long-established business. That was the task of Beth Fritts, SVP and Managing Director … Continue reading

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