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May 15, 2015Posted by on
Ralph Losey’s e-Discovery Team blog is often highly technical but always interesting. Ralph is one of the (if not the) leading theorist on search and prediction, and he excels at finding simple metaphors to explain his headache-inducing mathematical constructs. (Hey, I was a liberal arts major. I know my intellectual limits.)
In his latest post, Ralph compares Kroll Ontrack’s EDR software to a race car. The far-ranging post is worth a read, if only to get to his final paragraph, of which I agree with every syllable:
What passes as a good faith use of predictive coding by some law firms is a disgrace. Of course, if hide the ball is still your real game of choice, then all of the good software in the world will not make any difference. Keep breaking the law like that and someday you are bound to crash and burn.