A meeting of the Scottish SCL
Date: Thursday 19 April 2018
Time: 6.00 pm - 7.00 pm (Registration from 5.30 pm)
Venue: Mackenzie Building, Old Assembly Close, 172 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 3NW. Map
CPD: 1 hour (for Scottish Solicitors and Advocates)
Gordon Lindsay and George Steven, Nalanda Technology
Much is being talked about Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Natural Language Processing, Investigative Analysis, Predictive Modelling and Technology Assisted Reviews. But what does this all mean to a law firm? Debunk the myths and educate yourself on what is hype and what could be harnessed by your law firm to drive innovation and efficiency. This seminar will consider how best to approach AI and how it is impacting the legal sector.
Where most traditional enterprise search platforms are static and document centric, Nalytics delivers a dynamic approach that is content centric. It can look in the metadata, within the whole document, documents by section, content by paragraph and provides a single sentence Big Data service focused on unstructured data. Nalytics uses the inherent textual structure of document and data content to enable precise and accurate searches scalable from single and small numbers of project documents to corporate shared drives containing millions of documents. Nalytics is a High Precision Search & Discovery platform, powered by Artificial Intelligence and Neuro Linguistic Programming.
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Gordon Lindsay has been involved with the Technology sector for the last 17 years, and has extensive experience working at Director Level driving business change. Throughout this time, he has been involved with new business sales, channel development and account development in a number of sectors including finance, engineering, manufacturing and the public sector.
George Steven: As a Solution Consultant at Nalytics, George’s background within Enterprise Search, Text Analysis and Data Visualisation helps support the development and deployment of Nalytics within the Legal Sector, as well as other sectors. He is responsible for the delivery of consulting and support services to Nalytics clients and prospects. George works closely with the Sales, Marketing and Product Management teams to ensure that Nalytics horizon scan the market to deliver products that people gain value out of.
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