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Building a Better Playlist with Technology-Assisted Document Review
By Brett M. Anders and Rick Anderson
From Pandora and Netflix to Amazon and LinkedIn, the websites and apps we use daily have a way of sneaking into our brains. Sometimes it seems as if our Pandora and Netflix accounts know us better than we know ourselves and can build a better playlist than we can. If an algorithm can understand our entertainment and purchasing preferences, think what it could do if it understood the work of a lawyer. In fact, that remarkable predictive potential is not limited to consumer applications. Forward-thinking attorneys and law firms are cautiously embracing artificial intelligence in the data-intensive exercise of document review.
The most recent attempt to reduce scope and cost of discovery is reflected in the amended Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that became effective December 1, 2015. While the new amendments meaningfully focus on reducing costs associated with high volumes of data, there are other emerging concerns which continue to push the boundaries of reasonableness, costs, and risk that companies need to be aware of.