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The Case for Artificial Intelligence

Dec 9, 2019 2:55:43 PM | Marketing

In his recent Canadian Lawyer article, Sean Lynch, Director, Legal and Compliance Solutions, presents his case for AI in legal tech. While some Canadian firms have been early adopters of the technology, those who were left behind may be about to catch up. According to Sean, AI is the next step along the technological curve and is being employed in various ways through contract review and analysis, dark data discovery and document review. 

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Friday Top 9 for December 6

Dec 6, 2019 3:57:48 PM | Marketing

Nine great industry news stories from this week you may have missed.


AI Cameras to Catch Texting Drivers in Australia


Via BBC

Australian authorities have announced that they will be using AI-driven cameras to catch people in the act of using their phones while driving a world first. During a trial in the first half of 2019, the monitors  successfully detected 100,000 drivers using a device illegally. Now, drivers are beginning to receive warning letters. After the initial three-month warning period, drivers caught by the cameras will receive penalty points and a $300 fine. Learn all the details here

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Meet Our Relativity Masters

Dec 3, 2019 1:02:22 PM | Marketing

We are excited to share that two members of our team have achieved Relativity Master status the highest accreditation available through the eDiscovery market’s leader. This certification is no easy feat; it requires passing the Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA) program as well as four additional certifications. These certifications can take years to complete and fewer than 100 people across the globe have achieved Master status. 

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Topics: Relativity

Friday Top 9 for November 29

Nov 29, 2019 4:42:40 PM | Marketing

Nine great industry news stories from this week you may have missed.


Aspiring Lawyers Can't Afford to be Technophobes 


Via Legal Cheek

Three years ago, ULaw predicted that legal technology would become central to university curriculum. In anticipation of the changes ahead, the legal education provider formed the ULaw Technology Research Academy (ULTRA). Fast forward to 2019 and the team of six has developed a number of tech-focused courses which have been rolled out across the university's "tech hub" centers in England.

According to Simon George, an associate professor at ULAW and head of the research team, “In today’s world it’s absolutely imperative students embrace tech, and if they aren’t, they’re likely entering the wrong profession." Learn all the details in Legal Cheek's article

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Ricoh Canada Wins 2019 Readers’ Choice Award from Canadian Lawyer Magazine

Nov 27, 2019 1:46:22 PM | Marketing

For the fourth consecutive year, Ricoh Canada has won a Reader's Choice Award from Canadian Lawyer Magazine.

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Topics: Readers Choice Awards

Friday Top 9 for November 22

Nov 22, 2019 4:26:24 PM | Marketing

Nine great industry news stories from this week you may have missed.


Canada Launches Data Governance Standardization Initiative


Via Global Government Forum

Experts from government, industry and civil society have joined forces to establish a "Canadian Data Governance Standardization Collaborative" with the aim of developing a national data standards road map. The group will help both organizations and Canadian citizens benefit from data while managing the associated security and privacy risks. Currently, the group is reviewing case studies to better understand where the gaps within data governance exist and how they can be bridged. Learn all the details in Global Government Forum's recent article

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Friday Top 9 for November 15

Nov 15, 2019 5:15:00 PM | Marketing

Nine great industry news stories from this week you may have missed.


Google is Slurping Up Health Data


Via Wired

Last week, we shared the news of Google acquiring Fitbit for $2.1 billion. Now, Wired reports that the search engine powerhouse is teaming up with healthcare providers. And, what they're doing appears to be completely legal. While it's known that tech giants like Google, Facebook and Apple have all been on the hunt for health data, the fact that Google has an under-the-radar partnership with Ascension, America's second-largest health system, has surprised many. Their purpose? To develop Google's AI-based services for medical providers. Get all the details on this recent development on Wired.com.

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Proudly Supporting the OBA eDiscovery Institute and Civil Litigation Awards

Nov 15, 2019 3:54:57 PM | Marketing

Next week the Ontario Bar Association will be presenting two industry events, the Ontario Digital Evidence & eDiscovery Institute and the Civil Litigation Awards, with Ricoh as a proud sponsor.

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Topics: Events

Friday Top 9 for November 8

Nov 8, 2019 3:22:04 PM | Marketing

Nine great industry news stories from this week you may have missed.


Use Chrome? Update your browser immediately.


Via PC Mag

Users of Google's Chrome web browser are being urged to install the latest updated immediately to patch two security vulnerabilities, one of which is already being exploited in the wild. According to a National Cyber Security report, the browser contains two highly-severe vulnerabilities that allow data to be corrupted by remote hackers, allowing a PC to become hijacked. Get brought up to speed on what you need to know in PC Mag's article

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Friday Top 9 for November 1

Nov 1, 2019 4:11:23 PM | Marketing

Nine great industry news stories from this week you may have missed.


Canada's AI Standards 


Via IT World Canada

Canada's CIO Strategy Council has released a new set of standards to help organizations responsibly deploy emerging technologies that use AI. The council, which is backed by 100 experts and thought leaders, is believed to be the first organization to make this sort of standard. Learn all the details of the new standard in IT World Canada's article

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