July marked the 30th anniversary for Legaltech West. Attorneys and in-house counsel gathered to hear technology assisted review (TAR) pioneers – John Tredennick, Maura Grossman, Gordon Cormack and Emi Ohira – lead a session titled, “Taking TAR to the Next Level: Recent Research and the Promise of Continuous Active Learning.”

TAR (in this context) is a process for prioritizing a collection of documents so the relevant ones rise to the top, thereby reducing time wasted reviewing non-responsive material. Using a computerized system that harnesses human judgments on a smaller set of documents, the technology extrapolates those judgments to the remaining document collection.

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