HOUSTON (PRWEB) April 17, 2018
Servient, Inc., a leader in the development of artificial intelligence (AI) software for the management of unstructured data at scale for legal and compliance matters, has announced it will be presenting an educational session at the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) Annual Corporate Legal Operations Institute at the Bellagio Hotel on April 24th in Las Vegas, NV.
According to their website the CLOC Annual Legal Operations Institute is the largest gathering of corporate legal professionals in the world focusing on optimized delivery of legal services to businesses. The Institute takes place April 22nd through the 25th.
Servient's educational session will be held April 24th at 10:30 AM in session room number 5. The presentation includes background on the functionality of machine learning and practical uses of AI in legal operations. The panel includes speakers who have designed, implemented and managed the internal acceptance of an AI solution for trade compliance within Halliburton.
Dixon Sabin, Director of International Trade Compliance at Halliburton, will discuss Halliburton's experience in adopting the AI solution focusing on change management strategy resulting in the support of business users for the AI-driven workflow. Servient's Founder, Ian Wilson, and Director of R&D, Rohit Kelkar, will discuss improving common elements of workflows with AI, providing a conceptual understanding of how AI is used to automate business processes, and explain how the AI solution at Halliburton was designed and deployed.
Attendees at the session will gain an understanding to help identify and implement use cases where AI provides practical, achievable improvement to current legal operations.
"We are excited by the opportunity to share our experience of an implementation of AI to a compliance workflow challenge at the CLOC Legal Operations Institute," stated Ian Wilson, Founder and CEO of Servient. "There is a lot of conversation and confusion about AI in the legal marketplace. This session will provide legal operations professionals with a working example of how to identify practical use cases and the skills required to manage organizational and technical challenges required to leverage the efficiency benefits of AI," added Wilson.
Servient team members will be present for the entire convention at Booth 143 in the exhibit hall to discuss modern technology and AI workflows for legal, compliance and eDiscovery. Information on use case applications for international trade compliance (ITC), records management and contract analysis will be available.
Servient's machine learning technology has been widely used by legal departments for eDiscovery purposes for many years. But today there is growing realization that this sophisticated machine learning technology can also be applied to other legal and compliance areas of decision-making beyond eDiscovery document review.
Servient's Artificial Intelligence Platform provides solutions to intelligently manage unstructured data at scale for legal and compliance matters. Servient technology provides clients and partners a cloud architected, end-to-end legal workflow process solution with integrated continuous active learning. Servient was founded in 2003 and has offices in Houston and Austin, Texas; Richmond, Va.; Philadelphia; and Pune, India. For more information about Servient, please visit http://www.servient.com.