Migrated from eDJGroupInc.com. Author: Barry Murphy. Published: 2013-01-08 09:00:50  To date, the discussion around predictive coding has mostly been at either a 10,000-foot level, centered around hype, or about twisting case law to suit a particular party’s needs.  What has been lacking is some real, ground-floor advice about how predictive coding actually works, when it works best, and how it is being used today.  The predictive coding discussion in 2013 should move from 10,000 feet to about 100 feet, with emphasis on more experimental use and results in addition to common mistakes and some best practices.In order to help facilitate a more pragmatic discussion, we at eDJ Group have launched a survey to understand attitudes towards and plans for predictive coding. Predictive Coding is an advanced form of Technology-Assisted Review that combines, people, process, statistics, and technology to automatically (or at least semi-automatically) determine the relevance of documents to a matter, potential privilege, and/or tag documents for issues.Predictive coding solutions are available from software providers and service providers alike. This survey seeks to understand where various eDiscovery professionals would source predictive coding solutions (those that propagate tags versus broader TAR tools) from and why.In return for completing this survey, eDJ Group will send you a complimentary summary of the data so that you can see how your attitudes compare with others’. All respondents will also be entered into a drawing for a $250 gift card. This survey should take no more than five minutes to complete. Thank you for your time and support.You can take the survey here.eDiscoveryJournal Contributor and eDJ Group Lead Analyst – Barry Murphy

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