A new finding by the Brookings Institution says Artificial Intelligence is coming for white collar jobs. I say, not so much!
Recent court rulings have made it pretty clear that the U.S. judicial system is embracing the notion that there is much more to a document than the words on the page, and that context is important. Or, in other words, that metadata matters.
Remember when paper-based evidence was deemed irrefutable? There it was, in the prosecutor’s hands, often being waved about for effect in front of the jury. Well, those days apparently are gone. As reported by eDiscovery Daily, “the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York … upheld a spoliation sanction against a plaintiff that […]
In its most recent issue, the journal Science included a piece that we in the information management business would categorize under the heading “e-mail compliance” because of its focus on the line between business and private communications. The matter in question has to do with BP’s request for 50,000 pages of information related to the […]