The Tipping Point for Proportionality with Audio and Other Emerging Technologies

We use audio more and more seemingly every day - at work, at home, and everywhere in between. This also means that we’re storing more and more audio files, volumes of data that eDiscovery and legal professionals are challenged to deal with. In fact, making this information searchable has many parallels to currently established optical character recognition (OCR) solutions.

Read the white paper to find out more about how the legal community needs to find the balance between the efficiency and accuracy of the technology at their disposal and how this balance must be understood in terms of proportionality and relevance.

 

Angela Bunting

Vice President – eDiscovery

Angela Bunting is a highly skilled technologist and consultant who has worked with unstructured and structured data technologies for more than 18 years. She is one of Australia’s electronic discovery pioneers and has held technical and managerial roles at global law firm King Wood Mallesons and Law in Order, the country’s leading litigation support bureau. Angela is an active contributor to the Australian technology and eDiscovery communities, supporting programs such as Girl Geeks, Code Dojo and Women in eDiscovery.

 

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