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Andrew Caspersonn

Andrew Caspersonn

eDiscovery Lead APAC , Allen & Overy

Gen AI vs other eDiscovery tools

Generative AI is cool, exciting & powerful - but don’t forget about the tried & tested tools available in existing eDiscovery applications that may be able to solve your problem with less risk and lower cost. In this session we will chat about ways these applications can be used in eDiscovery and beyond.

  • Key differences between Gen AI & current tools
  • Benefits & drawbacks of both
  • How do current tools work?
  • Case Studies – concept searches, active learning projects and non- eDiscovery applications
  • Questions & discussion

Key Learnings

  1. There are more opportunities to use AI than just Generative AI
  2. eDiscovery tools are good at their core job
  3. eDiscovery tools can be used outside of eDiscovery

About Andrew

Andrew Caspersonn, aka Caspo, is eDiscovery Lead for the APAC region at the law firm Allen & Overy where he oversees eDiscovery projects from collection to production and presentation in court. He has 27 years of experience in the industry, the last 7 at A&O working on small and large arbitrations, litigations, and investigations around the world. Andrew started using Relativity in 2012 and has since gained his Relativity Master certification with a focus on using analytics. He has been heavily involved in 2 major migrations from other eDiscovery platforms and hopes to never do another one. Andrew is currently a member of the APAC Relativity User Group Steering Committee and likes using this forum to share his own experiences and to learn from others. Andrew is married with 4 kids and enjoys baking cakes with his daughter and riding mountain bikes with his sons.

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