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Automated Concept Extraction to aid Legal eDiscovery Review

Prasad M. Deshpande, Thomas Hampp, Manjula Hosurmath, Sachindra Joshi, Seema Meena
2009 International Conference on Management of Data  
The rule based annotators have been integrated into the IBM product for ediscovery review called IBM InfoSphere eDiscovery Analyzer.  ...  A typical ediscovery process incurs huge costs due to the large volume of information and the requirement of highly specialized and expensive human resources (legal professionals).  ...  Our final goal was to integrate the concept annotators into IBM InfoSphere eDiscovery Analyzer, which is a product to aid e-discovery review.  ... 
dblp:conf/comad/DeshpandeHHJM09 fatcat:fq7rbivkwbdcpf4ricmdp6niqu

Artificial Intelligence and Law

1994 International Journal of Law and Information Technology  
we should question our current conception of notional relevance in legal discovery review and advocate a meaningful, practical approach to benchmarking the accuracy of legal review in the future.  ...  This can aid reviewers in making consistent calls more quickly.  ...  in the legal community to accept various forms of algorithmic augmentation of the eDiscovery process, better understanding of the quality of these machineenhanced approaches is needed.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ijlit/2.2.154 fatcat:ff7kwvvn3vcbblhlkf63oqntyu

Artificial Intelligence and the Law

Charlotte Walker-Osborn, Christopher Chan
2017 ITNOW  
we should question our current conception of notional relevance in legal discovery review and advocate a meaningful, practical approach to benchmarking the accuracy of legal review in the future.  ...  This can aid reviewers in making consistent calls more quickly.  ...  in the legal community to accept various forms of algorithmic augmentation of the eDiscovery process, better understanding of the quality of these machineenhanced approaches is needed.  ... 
doi:10.1093/itnow/bwx017 fatcat:62ezubai3fcwlpie35xjq3iyem

Legal privilege and the high cost of electronic discovery in the United States: should we be thinking like lawyers?

Daniel R. Rizzolo
2014 Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review  
toward escalating ediscovery review costs.  ...  during electronic discovery (ediscovery).  ...  The principal purpose of the Processing stage in ediscovery is to reduce the number of documents by using automated filters.  ... 
doi:10.14296/deeslr.v6i0.1882 fatcat:6yo4zotx5bgwxhr43ikltbmlca

Human-aided computer cognition for e-discovery

Christopher Hogan, Robert Bauer, Dan Brassil
2009 Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law - ICAIL '09  
Through exploration of legal ediscovery, we explicitly address these alternative paradigms for applying interdisciplinary sciences to knowledge-based systems.  ...  Computer-Aided Human Cognition of senior attorney relevance as is defined in legal practice.  ...  observed in either human or automated review.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1568234.1568256 dblp:conf/icail/HoganBB09 fatcat:qr44j5fdfjagxo3u2f2klodxdq

The Impact of Law Tech on the Future of Lawyers [chapter]

Gabriela Bar, Silvia A. Carretta, Shobana Iyer
2021 Internet and New Technologies Law  
The future belongs to rapidly evolving technologies. The most fascinating and capable of revolutionising legal industry is likely to be with the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI).  ...  Legal teams consisting of people and AI could be a dynamic and very effective structure where humans have an important role to play thanks to their unique features and abilities: intellective judgment,  ...  The profitability of litigation services themselves may fall as profits from peripheral activities decline due to automation; because, for instance, disclosure and document review have been fully automated  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783748926979-129 fatcat:rvfbmdt5rreu5pvvtelizreqx4

Legal Tech - Bringing Law into the "Twentieth" Century [chapter]

Tomasz Grzegory, Janos Puskas
2021 Legal Tech  
Predictive coding goes by various names, including "technology assisted review" (TAR) and "computer aided review" (CAR).  ...  . • Contract review: Checking that a contract is complete and avoids risk. 32 Document automation: Creating routine legal documents. • Legal writing: Drafting legal advice (e.g., using question-and-answer  ... 
doi:10.5771/9783748922834-81 fatcat:ov6yn7c3gfa5xhywmskgwo2yy4

Hong Kong's new electronic discovery procedures

Ronald Yu, Paul Taylor
2014 Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review  
/2012/03/14/modifications-to-singapore-ediscovery-pd3/.  ...  patterns and occurrences in Electronic Documents which are then translated into concepts to be used to search information stored electronically which matches the translated concepts'.  ... 
doi:10.14296/deeslr.v11i0.2122 fatcat:qn5ihrh3q5c3rmkosd4xcsissm

An AID for Avoiding Inadvertent Disclosure

Jyothi K. Vinjumur, Douglas W. Oard, Amittai Axelrod
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 ACM on Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval - CHIIR '16  
Because the circumstances in which privilege can be claimed are generally well defined, review for privilege is amenable to some degree of automation.  ...  This paper describes the design of an interactive system to support privilege review in which the goals are to improve the speed and accuracy of privilege review.  ...  Our basic approach to supporting privilege review is to train automated annotators 2 to label specific components of a message with information that we expect might help a reviewer to rapidly make a correct  ... 
doi:10.1145/2854946.2854964 dblp:conf/chiir/VinjumurOA16 fatcat:pkubcynvnvfjznvm2bzv6mmyaa

A Rationale and Framework for Digital Literacies in Legal Education

Kate Galloway
2017 Legal education review  
For legal educators, a text-based 'visual' aid may also represent the discipline's own preference for text.  ...  Discovery is one area of legal work that increasingly relies on a suite of digital technologiesto the extent that the application of technologies to the discovery process is now referred to as 'ediscovery  ... 
doi:10.53300/001c.6097 fatcat:2y7rkwn7prbkhkgvapkvwlmmkm

Integrated digital forensic process model

M.D. Kohn, M.M. Eloff, J.H.P. Eloff
2013 Computers & security  
Finally, a prototype supports a limited selection of the IDFPM processes, which will aid a digital forensic investigator.  ...  For a forensic investigation to be performed successfully there are a number of important steps that have to be considered and taken.  ...  specifically mentions that during examination some automated techniques are required to aid the investigator.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cose.2013.05.001 fatcat:k2tbjs2eszdtvjf6cj6s7rjgdm

Supporting the Externalisation of Thinking in Criminal Intelligence Analysis

Peter J. Passmore, Simon Attfield, Neesha Kodagoda, Celeste Groenewald, B. L. William Wong
2015 2015 European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference  
, how users may use thematic sorting in early stages of investigation and how tactile reasoning may be used to externalize and facilitate reasoning in a productive way.  ...  At the end of the criminal intelligence analysis process there are relatively well established and understood approaches to explicit externalisation and representation of thought that include theories  ...  The research reported here has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) through Project VALCRI, European Commission Grant Agreement N° FP7-IP-608142, awarded to  ... 
doi:10.1109/eisic.2015.35 dblp:conf/eisic/PassmoreAKGW15 fatcat:2flrowwbbzh7znjsaiquxu633a

Data Mining in Cancer Diagnosis and Prediction: Review about Latest Ten Years

Zahraa Naser Shah Weli
2020 Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology  
DM innovation and creativity give a customer a situated way to deal with new fashioned and hidden patterns in the data.  ...  The advantages of using DM in medical approach are unbounded and it has abundant applications, the most important: it leads to better medical treatment with a lower cost.  ...  The Text Mining approach is entirely connected to a wide assortment of field, such as scientific discovery in life science and bioinformatics, automated ad allotment in business, ediscovery, passion analysis  ... 
doi:10.9734/cjast/2020/v39i630555 fatcat:6euptmo5k5gkpjxlzse6w57ulm

Bank card fraud in Spain

Ricardo M. Mata y. Martin, Antonio Javato Martin
2014 Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review  
The legal treatment of fraud under criminal law involving bank cards requires penalties to be set for the ways in which these categories of offenses may be committed, and which may be applied under these  ...  The mass use of cards as a means of payment inevitably gives rise to a significant amount of fraud.  ...  toward escalating ediscovery review costs.  ... 
doi:10.14296/deeslr.v6i0.1860 fatcat:kyerisvgvfdojj65xyihjz2joq

Openlaws.Eu: Bold Vision 2020 - Designing A Vision For The Future Of Big Open Legal Data

Clemens Wass, Christian Sageder, Radboud Winkels, Mireille van Eechoud, Chris Marsden, Andres Guadamuz, Paolo Dini, Shenja van der Graaf, Antonella Passani, Thomas Heistracher, Eduard Hirsch, Giulio Marcon (+1 others)
2016 Zenodo  
these new open concepts.  ...  The vision of is to make access to justice easier for citizens, business- es and legal experts.  ...  these new open concepts.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.158999 fatcat:7awdn6r6ovak5mugckirnw4vvi
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