By Dr. Jeremy Pickens

Deep learning, a much-ballyhooed aspect of artificial intelligence (AI), is showing great promise for everything from image analysis to self-driving cars, but when it comes to legal applications such as e-discovery, specifically document review, legal professionals need to be wary of the hype.

Deep learning, now and in the foreseeable future, is not a viable approach to technology-assisted review (TAR)—and has deep shortcomings.

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