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From the MER Conference 2012
Seakers: Jason R. Baron, Esq. Dave Lewis, Ph.D.
2012 is the year we will see great strides by information professionals in using automation (in the form of "predictive" and "technology-assisted" search, filtering, and auto-classification) for the purpose of achieving efficiencies and cutting costs in records management as well as in legal settings.
The strategic use of these new methods is absolutely necessary given the massive, exponential increases in electronically stored information - in the form of records within corporate networks and repositories.
This session addresses the latest technological developments from the two perspectives:
- A longtime advocate of smart technology in the public recordkeeping sector, and
- A leading information scientist.
The session includes a state of the art overview of the latest developments in technology-assisted review, with an emphasis on how these technologies can and will enhance electronic records management by helping to end the era of excessive reliance on end user RM.
You will learn:
- What technology-assisted review and predictive analytics are all about using advanced search, filtering, and auto-classification as part of a defensible electronic records management program.
- How these technologies also add value to overall corporate information governance.