With 'Extract Direct' Development, RAVN Seeks to Put AI Review in Lawyer's Hands

Based on machine-learning algorithms, the document review tool was released in beta version, while full deployment is expected in Q4 2016.

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Based on machine-learning algorithms, the document review tool was released in beta version, while full deployment is expected in Q4 2016.

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  • Allan Carton

    Very much like the sound of this and that the tech comes from outside legal to potentially add a new perspective. Will be interested to see just how far it can help us to cut time in the process and reduce costs in the drive to deliver better value for clients. Learning to trust the tech will be critical to get it adopted of course.

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