September 20, 2018 Networking Cocktail Event: Artificial Intelligence and Records Management


The Huntley Hotel
1111 2nd Street
Santa Monica, CA  90403


Applications of artificial intelligence (AI) surround us today -- from voice-powered digital assistants and smart home devices to self-driving cars, purchase predictions, industrial robotics, and beyond. Within the legal industry, AI is being used to enhance a broad range of activities, including legal research, identifying trends, analyzing data, and predicting legal outcomes. 
Artificial intelligence is now being applied to facilitate records management, an area that has long been considered a time-consuming and labor-intensive undertaking. In the past, records management relied on extensive manual intervention to apply classification, security and retention policies to both physical and electronic document. But AI is starting to make a significant impact in the records management field, saving time and money and importantly, enhancing accuracy and compliance with regulatory and security mandates. 
In this session, learn how artificial intelligence is being applied to automate the records management function. Explore how AI’s machine learning capability is helping to classify data from various sources, recognize and delete duplicate information, identify documents that are relevant for compliance purposes, spot dates significant for records retention, and more. And learn about innovative AI-based systems on the horizon that will further enhance records management in the law office of tomorrow.


Credits: 1.0 Hours
State: California
Category: General


Betty St. Marie
Phone: 213.689.2990


Free to ACC Members

Sponsored By:

Robert Half Legal

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