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Predictive Coding. An interview with James Moeskops

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Broadcast 4 years ago at London Borough of Hackney, Greater London, UK
by The Millnet Channel

Tags: predictive coding, edisclosure, ediscovery

I'm Chris Dale of the e-Disclosure Information Project. My role is to bring an understanding of electronic disclosure to judges, lawyers and clients, and to litigation support providers. I have with me James Moeskops, managing director of London based litigation support provider Millnet. And he's going to tell us a little about the technology known as predictive coding, or technology assisted review. Put briefly predictive coding takes input at the front end of the review process. Senior lawyers or subject matter experts make coding decisions about a small subset of the documents, the software then learns from that human input and generalises the results across the rest of the document population - and you got 2 possible things out of that. One may be a simple categorisation: are documents relevant or not relevant. Or you may get a ranking of likely relevance from a hundred down to nought.


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I'm Chris Dale of the e-Disclosure Information Project. My role is to bring an understanding of electronic disclosure to judges, lawyers and clients, and to litigation support providers. I have with me James Moeskops, managing director of London based litigation support provider Millnet. And he's going to tell us a little about the technology known as predictive coding, or technology assisted review. Put briefly predictive coding takes input at the front end of the review process. Senior lawyers or subject matter experts make coding decisions about a small subset of the documents, the software then learns from that human input and generalises the results across the rest of the document population - and you got 2 possible things out of that. One may be a simple categorisation: are documents relevant or not relevant. Or you may get a ranking of likely relevance from a hundred down to nought.

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