Technology-assisted review has come a long way since its early introduction as predictive coding. Although TAR may still broadly refer to almost any manner of technical assistance in document review for e-discovery, more narrowly it tends to refer to techniques that involve the use of technology to replicate the decision a human expert would make about the classification or category of a document.

While earlier versions of TAR—1.0 and 2.0—still have their merits, the latest generation, TAR 3.0, is worth exploring to ensure the right approach is chosen for each specific discovery need.

Early TAR Solutions

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