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Relativity and Microsoft partner to deliver generative AI to litigators

Author: Microsoft Customer Stories

… “Partnering with Microsoft to solve our customers’ data problems using AI was an obvious choice,” says Claire Oxley-Barnes, Director of Partnerships and Alliances at Relativity. “Its relationship with OpenAI and its offering of GPT-4 in Azure aligns with our mutual commitment to deliver innovative technologies to solve big problems.”
… It developed Relativity aiR for Review on top of Azure OpenAI Service to deliver a streamlined experience directly in RelativityOne. aiR for Review uses natural language and AI-driven predictions to help attorneys accelerate their early case knowledge and first-pass review processes. “Relativity aiR for Review analyzes every document, every sentence, every word to understand its pertinence and relevance to the background of a case,” says Elise Tropiano, Director of Product Management at Relativity. “It also provides explanations and rationales for why that insight is so critical.” … “Relativity has really been a great partner for Troutman Pepper eMerge,” says Haley. “Its products help us collect the data, process it, manage the review process, analyze the results, and make it all as efficient as possible. Troutman looks to Relativity to help it adopt and leverage newer AI technologies like language models in a responsible way to accelerate how it finds what’s important and relevant in the documents.”
… “aiR for Review will be made available to customers throughout 2024, and we're also continuing to experiment with the role of generative AI in the use cases that matter the most to our users,” says Tropiano. “For example, we are exploring things like empowering our customers to build reusable models that target commonly investigated behaviors.”

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Editor Comment:

I almost passed on this press release because it is light on real metrics, ROI or actual case results. I decided that an aiR early adopter customer being jointly promoted with Microsoft was worth calling out. These are the kind of small signals that indicate real technology progress. Now I want to see a case study on the real impact of the generative summaries and aiR review functionality. So when in 2024 do the rest of us get to play with aiR?

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