Using Generative AI to Revolutionize Investigations and Discovery Workflow
Watch our program hosted by the Southern Illinois University School of Law focusing on how artificial intelligence can be used in the legal profession.
The lecture “focuses on the use of generative AI in the discovery process in civil litigation and in responding document requests in government investigations,” said Andrew Pardieck, a professor in the SIU School of Law.
The presentation is primarily for attorneys and others in the legal profession but may also be of interest to people who work in AI or data analytics fields, Pardieck said. It is designed to provide a better understanding of how generative AI works and how it can be applied to discovery in civil litigation.
Don’t miss this exciting look at the future of Generative AI like GPT for ediscovery and investigations.
John Tredennick is the founder and CEO of Merlin Search Technologies, a software company leveraging generative AI and cloud technologies to make investigation and discovery workflow faster, easier, and less expensive. Prior to that he was founder and CEO of Catalyst Repository Systems, which was sold to a large public technology company in early 2019. For the first 20 years of his career, he was a trial lawyer and litigation partner at Holland & Hart, a national law firm based in the Rocky Mountains. Tredennick regularly speaks and writes on legal technology and AI topics, and has authored eight books and scores of articles on discovery technology issues.
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