Sonasoft Signs LOI to Acquire Two AI Companies

Sonasoft Corp., a leader in innovative eDiscovery and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions, has announced that it has signed a non-binding letter of intent (LOI) to acquire E-Connect Software, Inc. and OPtimAIze, Inc., along with all related interests and assets. E-Connect Software, Inc. is an AI consulting firm and OPtimAIze, Inc. is an AI company that specializes in artificial intelligence for information technology operations (AIOps).


AI and Automation: From Removing Workers to Improving Quality

Just because a task can be automated doesn’t always mean that people will get replaced. In the 30 years after ATMs were introduced, the number of bank tellers increased slightly. Removing workers is one response to automation, but improving quality is another option to pursue. 


Infinnium Launches To Redefine How Organizations Interact With Data

Infinnium, a software company that develops solutions to improve information management and business decision-making through effective use of the latest artificial intelligence technology, announces its official launch today. Infinnium aims to redefine the way organizations interact with data to generate actionable intelligence, improving information management, information governance and regulatory and privacy compliance.


Investigation of Blockchain Network Security

Blockchain technology eliminates the need for a trusted central authority, and instead relies upon consensus mechanisms to ensure the security of the network. In this investigation, we explore authentication methods common to most blockchain networks, then explore the two most popular consensus mechanisms: Proof of Work (PoW) and Proof of Stake (PoS).


QDiscovery Acquires Evidox

The acquisition of Evidox deepens QDiscovery’s expertise across its core offerings and expands its presence in New England with additional offices in Boston and Portland, ME.

Billable Hour ‘Makes No Sense’ in an AI World

Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the practice of law, and “data is the new oil” of the legal industry, panelist Dennis Garcia said at a recent American Bar Association conference.

Technology is Driving Us to Distraction

Information abundance requires us to invert our understanding of what “information technologies” do: rather than overcoming barriers in the world, they increasingly exist to help us put barriers in place.