The trend towards greater adoption of predictive coding
Predictive coding, also known as automated review, represents an evolving technology that provides litigants with a computer-assisted alternative to manual review of large document sets. Although numerous implementations of the technology exist, nearly all involve a team of attorneys manually reviewing a small sampling of documents to ‘train’ the computer how to code the larger pool of remaining documents.
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