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iCONECT Integrates CAL with Adoption of Sentio Technology

| Written by Altlaw

iCONECT recently announced the integration of patented Sentio artificial intelligence technology into their eDiscovery platform. Based on foundational patented algorithms, Sentio Software is a technology firm located in Washington, D.C. Since 2015, the company started by applying new ideas in machine learning to legal and government markets. The aim of this integration is to power its Continuous Active Learning (CAL). This integration is the first in a series of anticipated product developments since the recent announcement of Newfield Capital Partners as a strategic capital partner.

“We see AI everywhere from Spotify to Amazon to iTunes.” said CEO Ian Campbell. “By incorporating Sentio technology into the iCONECT platform, we’re creating a paradigm shift in how eDiscovery will be performed going forward.”

“Our expertise is in applying our quantitative and machine learning skills to new ideas, designing and developing new software solutions, as well as identifying new ways to take these solutions to market,” said Dr. Leo Zamansky, partner at Sentio Software. “The market is looking for innovative ways to tackle historical challenges in the eDiscovery space and the integration of AI is a major step in the right direction.”

The integration of Sentio technology with the iCONECT platform is scheduled for staged release in 2019 and 2020.

“We’ve been believers in the use of AI to optimize workflows for some time,” says Gillian Glass, Director of Legal Services at Farella Braun + Martel LLP. “Working with iCONECT for over 15 years, they continue to look over the horizon for ways to enhance our reviewer speed and efficiency.”

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