Return of the Robots!

transformers_extinctionTired of all of the words thrown at you by the e-Discovery Team blog? Just want to relax and enjoy the summer, but still keep up? Maybe learn something interesting and potentially useful? We understand. We have just the thing for you: a nostalgic look back at our robot movies. They are not extinct yet, and although some sequels stink, these are pretty good. Our robots cover transforming topics that are still cutting edge. They explain the use of storytelling and gamification in predictive coding. They also cover the ethics of viruses and bad robots, and then end with our robots getting ready to testify before Judge Waxse on random sampling in predictive coding. I dare say few people can follow their talk on sampling in just one viewing.

f28e9-blogtrojanhorselogoLove words like we do? Not satisfied with robot reruns? We understand that too. Our summer reading is mainly full of cool cybersecurity books found at eDiscovery Security, especially the Cyberthriller novels. Check them out. I’m reading Trojan Horse right now. I has to do with a virus that allows documents to be altered in route after they are sent by email. Talk about an evidence authentication nightmare!

Remember, for full enjoyment of these videos press the HD button on the upper right corner, and then expand in the lower right for full size screen. Maybe someday we will do 3D and iMax too!

eDiscovery Robots Explain How STORYTELLING Will Be Used in Predictive Coding in the Not Too Distant Future

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eDiscovery Robots Explain How GAMIFICATION Will Be Used in Predictive Coding in the Not Too Distant Future

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eDiscovery Robots Explain ETHICS and Predictive Coding in the Not Too Distant Future


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eDiscovery Robots Explain How RANDOM SAMPLING is Used in Predictive Coding

 

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Goodbye Lexie! We luv ya! It was a great run while it lasted.

Goodbye Lexie! We luv ya!
It was a great run while it lasted.
Who knows? Maybe you’ll return someday too?

 

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