At the heart of the recent Executive Order on AI is a commitment to shielding Americans from AI-enabled fraud and deception. This puts several issues front and center for those working in the realm of investigations.
Relativity’s product teams gather panels of users to help us build the best possible solutions to real-world challenges. This is important for all new products, but it’s especially timely for today's mobile forensics tools.
The inaugural session of Relativity Fest 2023 kicked off with a comprehensive exploration into the most influential cases coming out of the past year—and how they have defined the current state of case law.
The Executive Order on AI serves as a testament to the dedicated efforts of civil rights activists and AI researchers alike, and their shared vision for fairness, transparency, and ethical responsibility within the evolving landscape of AI.
A primary topic of discussion at the ACC's in-house conference in Australia concentrated on AI capabilities and how the tech is poised to transform the legal industry. Here's how it will impact the dynamics of this region.
Dive into the customer-driven innovation that helped build Relativity aiR for Review—the first generative AI application in RelativityOne—to learn about generative AI, how GPT-4 and customer input power aiR, and what it all means for the future of e-discovery.
Legal services providers face common challenges, including budget constraints, staff shortages, and limited technology infrastructure. They are seeking new solutions to address these challenges—and AI should be considered with confidence.
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