It’s not often that I hear of eDiscovery or predictive coding outside of the standard industry-related publications, but I’ll share an article in Fast Company that’s been making the rounds today. It’s an overview of how predictive coding has impacted the recent litigation between Samsung and Apple. Without predictive coding, the cost of the litigation would be exorbitant, but thanks to advances in machine learning, intent can more cheaply be deciphered from text and other eDiscovery sources.
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