Dr. Kirk Borne is a Multidisciplinary Data Scientist and an Astrophysicist. He is Professor of Astrophysics and Computational Science in the George Mason University School of Physics, Astronomy, and Computational Sciences (SPACS). He received his B.S. degree in physics from LSU and his Ph.D. in astronomy from Caltech. After 20 years working in NASA, he changed course and became a data scientist in the then new field of 'Data Mining'. His TEDx talk covers some of the basic ideas behind data mining, and how it influences us every day.
Karl Schieneman, Founder and President of Review Less, a predictive coding consultancy and document review company talks with James Daley, a partner at Daley & Fey about data privacy and security. Jim is a pioneer in the field of e-discovery and data privacy issues and speaks all over the world on issues related to e-discovery. This is a timely podcast given all of the recent news concerning data privacy and breaches.
George Socha, co-founder of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, provides an excellent explanation of iconic and ubiquitious infographics: the EDRM and the IGRM. E-Discovery 101 includes a technical discussion about the importance of metadata. Highlighted is the power to impact decision-making though effective presentation of digital evidence. IGRM Project Leaders include Marcus Ledergerber, Aliye Ergulen, and Reed Irvin. Since 2005 the e-discovery community has relied on EDRM for leadership, standards, best practices, tools, guides and test data sets to improve electronic discovery and information governance.
Learn about the new eDiscovery features in Office 2013 and Office 365 to support legal teams for risk mitigation that lowers costs and has minimal business interruption. We demo in-place holds, queries across the Office platform, and industry standard exports for review and production.
Karl Schieneman, Founder and President of Review Less talks with Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV from the S.D. of NY, M. James Daley co-founder of Daley & Fey, and Philip Favro, discovery counsel with Symantec about navigating the world of international e-discovery and how this impacts litigation in the United States. It’s nice to take a breather from predictive coding issues which have taken over ESIBytes lately and return to a mainstream topic. This is a good one as privacy statutes in foreign jurisdictions can complicate e-discovery cases in the U.S. Also discussed is Symantec’s new free web service called an e-discovery passport. This provides the ability to download material on foreign privacy issues broken down by specific country. All in all, this is a great panel for this topic and a very interesting show.
Volume, Velocity, Variety. Big Data is the next big thing in computing. This video explains Big Data characteristics, technologies and opportunities.
ESIBytes talks to Judge Facciola, the retiring Federal Magistrate Judge from the District of Columbia, about his thoughts on E-Discovery as he approaches retirement. Back in 2009 we did the first ESIBytes program and my initial guest was Judge Facciola. We talked about an issue he had spoken about at Georgetown that year which grabbed my attention. He talked about the challenges small law firms face with their access to e-discovery talent and knowledge.
Every day, a typical hospital patient generates 150 million data points setting off over 1,300 alarms, 90% of which are never acted upon. Can we eliminate the incessant noise and also improve the quality of care? Inhi Cho Suh explains that by applying big data analytics, algorithms can inform medical personnel more successfully - and more quietly.
Inhi is the Vice President of Big Data Integration and Governance for IBM Software Group. She is a thought leader in the information management, big data and analytics marketplace. Inhi is responsible for the product portfolio and business direction of the division which is comprised of data management, information governance, information integration, master data management, data security, data privacy, and emerging capabilities such as hadoop, stream computing, and context computing. She spends significant time with clients to identify ways IBM can help them manage today’s ever-growing explosion of information. Inhi is the Vice President of Big Data Integration and Governance for IBM Software Group. She is a thought leader in the information management, big data and analytics marketplace. Inhi is responsible for the product portfolio and business direction of the division which is comprised of data management, information governance, information integration, master data management, data security, data privacy, and emerging capabilities such as hadoop, stream computing, and context computing. She spends significant time with clients to identify ways IBM can help them manage today’s ever-growing explosion of information.
Listen to Karl Schieneman, President of Review Less and the Hon. John Facciola, retired Judge from the District of Columbia, talk to two technology pioneers in E-Discovery about the challenges of getting the legal community to embrace new technologies. John Tredennick is the CEO and founder of Catalyst and Jay Lieb is the Managing Member of NexLP. In this show, we talk about the challenges of getting lawyers to open their minds and their wallets and grasp newer technology, let alone use it.
Every year the most popular CLE program in the country is LegalTech so one would think the desire to learn new technology is rampant among lawyers. Experience in the field would tend to suggest otherwise. We thought it would be interesting to have two entrepreneur technologists on the show to talk about their perspectives on gaining adoption of new technologies in the legal space.