Computers vs. Humans? Putting the TREC 2009 Study in Perspective

, New York Law Journal


Steve Green, chief of staff of Hudson Legal, and Mark Yacano, executive vice president at the company, review an article that is widely cited for its conclusion that technology-assisted review can be more accurate than manual review and discuss whether that conclusion was warranted by the study data on which the article was based.

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  • James Q

    This is great analysis and an excellent response to the Grossman article. I especially appreciate your consideration of the F score and I look forward to a continued conversation which emphasizes the ways that search theory and results-testing must differ based on context, viz, Information seeking behavior, Information Retrieval Science, and the needs of eDiscovery.

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