Episode 23: John Tredennick, Tom Gricks and Dr. Jeremy Pickens talk with University of Florida’s Bill Hamilton about TAR. Barriers to adoption, opportunitites and challenges for teaching TAR to law students and practicing attorneys are explored by the panel.
John, Tom and Dr. J explore the Hon. Jay Francis’ order regarding TAR validation, including richness and recall as applied to TAR and keywords, parsing Sedona Principle 6 (responding party best suited to evaluate methods.)
John, Tom and Dr. J explore elusion or null set thresholds, alone and in relation to other benchmarks, such as recall and richness with information retrieval and new Merlin Search Technologies data scientist, William Webber.
John, Tom and Dr. J discuss with Jason R. Baron, formerly of NARA, Professor of the Practice at the University of Maryland, College of Information Studies about his paper which will be published by ACM regarding using TAR techniques for FOIA, particularly to find “deliberative process” exemptions.
John, Tom and Dr. J discuss with Dave Lewis of Reveal – Brainspace – AI, his journey, and dive into his paper, “On Minimizing Cost in Legal Document Review Workflows”