predictive coding

predictive coding

[prə¦dik·tiv ′kōd·iŋ]
(communications)
In data compression, a method of coding information in which a sample value is presented as the error term formed by the difference between the sample and its prediction.
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Based on the predictive coding model of brain functioning a theory of place illusion will be developed that results in a universal measurement.
The Dispute Resolution team at Muckle, headed by partner Susan Howe, is using predictive coding - also known as technology-assisted review (TAR) - to analyse hundreds of thousands of disclosure documents linked to an ongoing multi-million pound claim.
Types of artificial intelligence (AI), such as predictive coding software can review documents for e-discovery using computer algorithms to identify their relevance to a particular case.
In the future, predictive coding, artificial intelligence, and cognitive computing all will aid lawyers with discovery and document review with more accuracy, incredible speed, ability to handle vast volumes, and more importantly, these tools will be more reliable than work performed by attorneys.
The report also found a 32% increase in the number of opinions that addressed Rule 37(e) on preservation and spoliation of ESI, and an 8% spike in opinions on procedural e-discovery issues, such as predictive coding.
Predictive coding algorithms help organizations quickly mine for the gold in their data sets.
Currently, David is a leader on the use of predictive coding and other text analytics tools across multiple products.
The other approach to predictive coding is to use a flexible learning process, searching the documents for the most relevant ones and then using those to train the system to find "more like this.
Business intelligence/firm management analytics 34% Predictive coding (TAR) for e-discovery 25% Pricing/managing legal spend for clients 22% Competitive intelligence & analysis 19% Data mining (quicker access to info in disparate databases) 14% Predicting outcomes of litigation & cases 8% No plans to use big data technologies 49% Source: ITLA Note: Table made from bar graph.
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TAR is sometimes called computer-assisted review ("CAR") or content-based advanced analytics ("CBAA") and is often referred to as predictive coding.
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