Feedback is flying fast around the recent affirmation of Magistrate Judge Andew Peck’s predictive coding order in the potentially historic labor law case of Monique da Silva Moore, et al. v. Publicis Group SA, et al, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

The order, affirmed Wednesday by Judge Andrew Carter, allows the defendant to use computerized review software. Such software uses artificial intelligence to search for responsive information — a method advocates say is more accurate, and potentially faster and less expensive, than manual review or partially automated processes such as keyword search. In da Silva Moore, the software is Recommind’s Axcelerate suite.

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