When some attorneys hear “technology-assisted review” (TAR), they may think of a machine completely taking over the document review process. But as experts at the “Choosing a Predictive Coding Approach—Predictive Coding For Dummies” panel at the ILTACON 2019 conference explained, that’s far from the truth.
Even though TAR has evolved to become faster and easier to use, there is still a lot of manual work involved, as well a lot of reliance on vendor help. So while it may be easier to conduct e-discovery than ever before, it’s still no walk in the data park. Here’s a look at three insights that help shed light on state of TAR today:
TAR 2.0 The Way to Go?
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