UBIC, Inc. will exhibit its new suite of data analytics-based legal discovery and risk management solutions at LegalTech New York.
This year, UBIC is at the forefront with technology developed to bring the speed, power and accuracy of machine-driven analytics to the fast-changing requirements of large-volume legal discovery and risk-management practices at international law firms and corporations. As always, UBIC's new technology solutions are optimized to handle complex, multibyte languages including the principal Asian languages: Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
Developed by UBIC in Japan and tested in real-world conditions at international corporations and law firms, UBIC's Future Discovery solutions provide the capability to manage risk and compliance in real time, as well as anticipate and reveal questionable behaviors before they become legally actionable. These cost-effective solutions from UBIC are in commercial release as part of the company's industry-leading Lit i View(R) technology platform.
Two principal technology solutions will be exhibited by UBIC at Legal Tech this year: Behavioral Informatics and Virtual Data Scientist combine to provide corporations and their international law firms with a cost-effective and comprehensive capability to manage data in real time, allowing them to uncover facts and patterns hidden within very large, complex data sets. These solutions also set a new high-performance standard in intelligently and inferentially mining very large volumes of data, without sacrificing accuracy or speed, so as to identify and reveal crucial, sought-after information located across multiple platforms and geographies.
Behavior Informatics mines very large data sets to provide insights into human interaction. Patterns of behavior are identified and revealed in the complex confluence of massive volumes of email data and other files generated daily across a global organization's workforce.
Behavior Informatics' highly accurate, fast, inferential capability is an amalgam of information sciences (statistics, mathematics, pattern recognition, etc.) and behavioral sciences (psychology, criminology, sociology, etc.). Furthermore, the technology is fine-tuned to be comprehensive and its speed significantly reduces latency errors and oversights that plague less capable systems overcome by the sheer size and complexity of global data networks.