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Advanced Discovery Expands Predictive Analytics Taxonomies to Identify Sexual Harassment

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by Angela Guess

A new press release states, “Advanced Discovery, a global eDiscovery and risk management provider, today announced the company has launched a new sexual harassment taxonomy with which to identify and assess patterns of inappropriate workplace behavior within an organization’s electronically stored information. The new sexual harassment template is part of the Riskcovery® analytics suite. Riskcovery is a patented risk management solution built on an industry-leading conceptual analytics technology to capture abstract meanings of written communications, minimizing the need for time-consuming manual intervention. It is an early warning risk smoke detector designed to alert corporate governance to the possibility of compliance, ethics and even procedural issues so that organizations can proactively identify and respond to risks in advance of litigation.”

The release goes on, “Riskcovery can use predefined taxonomies to find and categorize documents based on sample text which contains content with similar concepts of interest, including sexual harassment. The sexual harassment taxonomy can be customized to an organization’s specific code of conduct, governing law or other relevant input. The solution’s AI-powered analytics engine refines and expands the taxonomy’s predictive capability with additional input and use. Riskcovery connects to email servers and can ingest files from Gmail, OneDrive and Google Drive or from any Windows-based file system. Additionally, ingestion of mobile device data, one of the fastest-growing sources of ESI, including text and chat messages, is supported.”

Read more at GlobeNewswire.

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