3 Responses to New Developments in Advanced Legal Search: the emergence of the “Multimodal Single-SME” approach

  1. [...] as a predicate for a discussion of the next stage of the predictive coding debate. As I said in New Developments in Advanced Legal Search: the emergence of the “Multimodal Single-SME” approach, the next stage of the debate is not whether to use a CAR, or how much disclosure you should make, [...]

  2. [...] as a predicate for a discussion of the next stage of the predictive coding debate. As I said in New Developments in Advanced Legal Search: the emergence of the “Multimodal Single-SME” approach, the next stage of the debate is not whether to use a CAR, or how much disclosure you should make, [...]

  3. […] None of the studies to date on relevance coding inconsistencies were made to evaluate the impact of such inconsistencies on active machine learning. Recent data obtained by the Electronic Discovery Institute in their Oracle project, may, however, make it possible for scientists to make such evaluations in the future. Bay, M., EDI-Oracle Study: Humans Are Still Essential in E-Discovery (LTN Nov., 2013). As reported in the Monica Bay article the data on inconsistencies and number of reviewers used by each participating team may make it possible for scientists to now prove, or disprove, my theory that less is more, that consistent input by bona fide experts, SMEs, is critical to attaining comparatively high performance in real-world legal search projects. That is what I have been referring to for some time as the Army of One approach. See eg. LegalSearchScience.com; The Solution to Empty-Suits in the Board Room: The “Hacker Way” of Management – Part Two; New Developments in Advanced Legal Search: the emergence of the “Multimodal Single-SME” approach. […]

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