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May 3 • 2016

The Shift to Augmented Intelligence and How it Helps Your Organization

At this year’s Gartner BI and Analytics Summit, Brainspace founder and CEO, Dave Copps, spoke about the present technological shift to augmented intelligence. In the past, the focus for companies was to manage the abundance of their data and knowledge using technology which simply stored and organized it. To use this information, knowledge workers are […]

April 28 • 2016

Next-Generation Text Analytics: Discovering What Your Company Knows

Modern organizations are knowledge-driven. Yet, with the explosion of unstructured data in the enterprise, much of this knowledge resides across disparate data stores, in email or in the heads of employees. There is a wealth of critical information—institutional knowledge—that can drive better, faster, more informed decisions, but the data volume often outpaces an organization’s ability […]

April 7 • 2016

The Key to Knowledge Management and Innovation is Knowledge Flow, Part 2

This is the second post in a two-part series titled “The Key to Knowledge Management and Innovation is Knowledge Flow”. In it, I look at the history of knowledge management, where we are at today, and what the next generation of knowledge management systems must do in order to deliver on its orignal promise. You can […]

April 4 • 2016

Brainspace Bolsters International Use Cases with Release of Discovery 5.4

DALLAS April 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Brainspace Corporation, makers of Discovery 5, the industry leader in analytics for eDiscovery and investigations, today announced the latest release of Brainspace Discovery 5.4. This version now delivers deeper, native support for foreign languages, including Brainspace’s patented phrase detection for Chinese, Japanese, and Farsi. These enhancements ensure litigators, as […]

March 17 • 2016

Predictive Coding Gains Global Acceptance With UK Court’s Approval

A high-level court in England has approved the use of predictive coding, a form of document review in which a computer program is used to predict which documents should be produced. The ruling, Pyrrho Invs. Ltd. v. MWB Prop. Ltd., is part of a growing trend of judges recognizing predictive coding as a useful eDiscovery […]