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[February 07, 2013]

RenewData® Webinar to Examine Unmet eDiscovery Market Needs and How Artificial Intelligence Fails to Address Them

AUSTIN, Texas --(Business Wire)--

RenewData, a full-service eDiscovery provider that offers the industry's broadest spectrum of review acceleration solutions, today announced that it will host a webinar focused on the evolving needs in document review. Specifically, it will discuss why organizations are now looking not just for time and cost savings but also to gain a deeper understanding of what remaining documents mean early on in the review cycle. This "knowledge extraction" can be used for strategic advantage and additional savings and is quickly emerging as a market requirement.

The complimentary, educational webinar, titled "Revolutionizing eDiscovery Document Review with Knowledge Extraction," is scheduled for February 19 at 1 p.m. EST / 10 a.m. PST. It will feature David Horrigan, analyst of eDiscoveryand information governance for 451 Research, and Andy Kraftsow, chief scientist of RenewData.

Horrigan and Kraftsow will break down the legal, technical and market forces driving knowledge extraction as an important aspect of document review, and Kraftsow will provide a thorough - yet easy to understand - technical explanation of why it is particularly valuable to organizations involved in eDiscovery with large data volumes and short time frames and how it can best be applied.

The event will also analyze the limitations of artificial intelligence-powered solutions that attempt to "predict" document relevancy after an initial training of the system. These technologies are highly adept at identifying potentially relevant documents from a large collection, but often fall short of providing any additional insight - i.e., knowledge extraction - into what the remaining documents mean.

To register for this one-hour event, visit

About RenewData

RenewData is a full-service eDiscovery provider that helps corporations and law firms achieve significant time and cost savings, attain a high level of defensibility and reliability, and easily manage multiple projects for legal, regulatory and investigative matters. The company has a deep history building and applying advanced technology for eDiscovery and has a particular expertise in review acceleration, delivering the industry's broadest spectrum of solutions to expedite analysis of large collections of data. Of particular note, RenewData's Language-Based Analytics offerings uniquely accelerate review without relying on artificial intelligence, delivering dramatic savings with a high level of knowledge extraction as well as transparency and insight into reviewer decisions. For more information, visit or call 888.811.3789.

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