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James Sherer Makes Presentation on Algorithm Development at E-Discovery Conference

News / June 12, 2017

Partner James Sherer presented and authored an article on algorithm development at the Discovery of Electronically Stored Information (DESI) workshop held June 12, 2017, in London.

DESI is a part of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law. The DESI VII workshop provides a platform for discussion of best practices and innovations in the use of advanced search technology, text classification, language processing, data organization, visualization and related techniques for the purposes of accessing and managing electronically stored information.

More information about the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law.

More information about the DESI VII Workshop.

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