Using Generative AI to Transform Investigations and Discovery
An In-Person Masterclass for Legal Innovators
Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2023, 12:00-1:30 pm ET
Location: Jay Suites at 515 Madison Ave 10th Floor, New York
Since its debut in late 2022, ChatGPT has been hailed as groundbreaking technology with the potential to reshape numerous industries including the legal profession.
The applications for investigation and ediscovery are far-reaching. Large language models (LLMs) like GPT and Claude 2 are transforming discovery workflows, replacing expensive manual workflow with machine learning.
Two leading experts on harnessing LLMs for discovery and disclosure will show you how you can use LLMs for such things as:
- Summarize relevant documents, transcripts and SMS text.
- Analyze across document sets, providing answers, analysis and reports.
- Review documents, providing detailed reasons for classifications.
- Identify key participants, creating timelines and tracking relationships.
- Investigate and provide reports with key players, timelines and activities.
All of this can be done in a fraction of the time and cost of human review.
We’ll end by taking on the elephant in the room: Are LLMs like GPT secure? Are we risking confidentiality and privilege when we send client data to these AI platforms for analysis?
Join us for an illuminating program (plus a light lunch) focused on using LLMs to re-engineer and transform investigation and ediscovery workflows.
If you cannot attend the live event but would like to meet with us in NYC the week of Nov. 27-Dec. 2, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our presenters are two leading experts on harnessing generative AI for litigation and government investigations. Together with the Merlin team, they are the creators of DiscoveryPartner, the most advanced GenAI investigations and discovery platform available.
John Tredennick (JT@Merlin.Tech) is the CEO and founder 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 founding Merlin, Tredennick had a distinguished career as a trial lawyer and litigation partner at a national law firm.
With his expertise in legal technology, he founded Catalyst in 2000, an international ediscovery technology company that was acquired in 2019 by a large public company. Tredennick regularly speaks and writes on legal technology and AI topics, and has authored eight books and dozens of articles. He has also served as Chair of the ABA’s Law Practice Management Section.
Dr. William Webber is the Chief Data Scientist of Merlin Search Technologies. He completed his PhD in Measurement in Information Retrieval Evaluation at the University of Melbourne under Professors Alistair Moffat and Justin Zobel, and his post-doctoral research at the E-Discovery Lab of the University of Maryland under Professor Doug Oard.
With over 30 peer-reviewed scientific publications in the areas of information retrieval, statistical evaluation, and machine learning, he is a world expert in AI and statistical measurement for information retrieval and ediscovery. He has almost a decade of industry experience as a consulting data scientist to ediscovery software vendors, service providers, and law firms.
John Tredennick, CEO and founder, Merlin
Dr. William Webber, Chief Data Scientist, Merlin
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