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The volume of electronic information that has been creating risks in e-discovery for more than a decade is ripe for renewed attention in the era of artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced analytics. Just as advanced tools now play a role in mining data for use in business pursuits, they can also be used to mitigate what in the past has plagued those charged with meeting litigation and investigation e-discovery needs.