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Technology Assisted Review (TAR): Opening, Exploring and Bringing Transparency to the Black Box

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It’s time to set the record straight on technology assisted review (TAR). Some people object to what they mistakenly believe is the “black box” nature of the technology, while others are ...

It’s time to set the record straight on technology assisted review (TAR). Some people object to what they mistakenly believe is the “black box” nature of the technology, while others are hesitant to adopt an approach that they perceive as novel. This panel will dispel the myths, clarify the definitions, and shed light on the so-called “black box” of technology assisted review.

Some audience members may be surprised to learn that technology assisted review is nothing new. Search and clustering technology, for example, have been commonplace for many years. The phrase "technology assisted review" simply refers to a more efficient use of people, process, and technology that is the next evolutionary step in electronic discovery. As with other legal technologies, human expertise and a proven workflow are the keys to success. This panel will clearly explain what technology assisted review is all about and how it can be used as a tool in your practice so that you can make an informed decision about adopting it in your organization

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