As explained in this Huffington Post article by Ryan Raplee (CTO of Legal Insites), artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is embedded in many of the apps we use everyday. It is also creeping into legal technology. AI and machine learning can be found in many applications used by lawyers including document, information and case management software.
AI and machine learning techniques have long been used in e-discovery software to increase efficiency in legal document reviews. As our very own Keith Whitaker explains in the article, one way we use AI technology is for quality control checks. When we complete a document review, among other quality control techniques, we use an engine to flag documents that may have been misclassified. This could be potentially responsive documents marked as non-responsive or documents likely to contain privileged information.
Check out the article here.