Extract from Catalyst's "Can You Do Good TAR with a Bad Algorithm?" podcast
Should proportionality arguments allow producing parties to get away with poor productions— simply because they wasted a lot of effort due to an extremely bad algorithm? That was a question that Dr. Bill Dimm, founder and CEO of Hot Neuron (the maker of Clustify software), posed in a recent blog post, TAR, Proportionality, and Bad Algorithms (1-NN) and it was the subject of our TAR Talk podcast.
This question is critical to e-discovery, and especially relevant to technology-assisted review (TAR). Listen to our short podcast led by Bill, with participants Mary Mack from ACEDS, and Catalyst’s John Tredennick and Tom Gricks, in a discussion on whether one can do “good” TAR with a bad algorithm.
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