Technology-assisted review refers to techniques that involve the use of technology to predict the decision a human expert would make about a document. Because it has evolved over time, TAR often comes with a version number – TAR 1.0, TAR 2.0, and more recently, TAR 3.0. While some are inclined to advocate for the superiority of a single approach, in fact, each version has its merits and place. Understanding the underlying process and technology is necessary in selecting the right approach for a specific discovery need, but it is also important to recognize some of the variables to consider when choosing the right TAR workflow for a specific matter.
Dr. Gina Taranto, ProSearch director of applied sciences and accelerated learning solutions, outlines some of the separate, yet interacting, considerations for selecting the most appropriate TAR solution for any matter and provides an overview of the modern TAR landscape in a recent article published by ABA’s Law Technology Today.
Read the article here.