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By Ralph Losey
In predictive coding the computer classifies and ranks an entire dataset based on an extrapolation of training documents selected by reviewers. The intelligence of the computer arises from the documents selected as input for training. Although good predictive coding software is designed to allow for, and adjust, a certain number of inconsistencies in the training documents, the fact remains, that the computer bases its analysis on the input provided. The computer has no innate knowledge or expertise of the issues in the case.
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