Technology-assisted review is the use of computers to identify responsive or privileged documents by sophisticated comparison of a host of features shared by the documents. It's characterized by methods whereby the computer trains itself to segregate responsive material through examination of the data under scrutiny or is trained using exemplar documents (seed sets) and/or by interrogating knowledgeable human reviewers as to the responsiveness or nonresponsiveness of items sampled from the document population.
Taking Technology-Assisted Review to the Next Level
Law Technology News
August 13, 2012
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