Migrated from eDJGroupInc.com. Author: Babs Deacon. Published: 2013-04-01 10:59:27  Several eDiscoveryJournal readers have emailed us asking when we are going to write about last week’s announcement by eDiscovery software developer, eDocBadger, of their newest TAR enabled application, SeedSense, for Google Glass™.  SeedSense made a huge splash last week, as a finalist in Google’s Glass Explorers program (#ifIhadglass), and many prophectic coding experts have already started opining about its potential impact on review work flows.The eDocBadger development team gave eDJ a chance to take their app on a spin with two loaner pairs of the wearable display devices.  The glasses, running on gOSviii, were loaded with SeedSense 1.3, still in beta, which integrates a third-party prophetic coding engine with an SQL-based review platform to speed responsive and privileged review of ESI.eDocBadger’s Chief Scientist described the application’s workflow:  In step 1, SeedSense harvests the essential issues in the case from the SME attorney-wearer and creates a map of the attorney’s brain related to the case.  In step 2, the wearer looks at five responsive documents and five privileged documents from the processed review population and the application gauges the attorney’s emotional response to each document and relates it to the brain scan to create a “SeedMap”.The SME attorney’s SeedMap syncs in real-time to the brains of the rest of the attorney review team, also outfitted with the SeedSense app on Google Glass.  Going forward, the attorney reviewers tag documents by blinking the right eye for responsive, the left for priv, and both for non-responsive.  eDocBadger reports that their synced attorneys average 3,600 decisions an hour.eDocBadger believes that SeedSense is the most powerful prophetic coding application to date and plans to release a sister Google Glass app, MeetMeld, in Q3 2013.  MeetMeld creates a Google Glass facilitated Meet & Confer environment that allows opposing attorneys to agree on preservation and collection scenarios based on mind data maps created by plaintiff’s and defendant’s IT personnel.  eDocBadger says that beta customers have not raised any privacy concerns.  In fact, users of the tool claim that attorneys are now afraid to think about anything other than the matter they are working on for fear that their innermost thoughts will show up in coding decisions.  In that sense, eDocBadger even further increases the productivity of the review team. eDiscoveryJournal Contributor and Director of Strategic Consulting – Babs DeaconeDiscoveryJournal Contributor and Lead Analyst – Barry Murphy

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