Brainspace Announces Major New Release of Flagship Investigative Analytics Solution

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Brainspace today announced the release of Brainspace 6, formerly Brainspace Discovery, a significant redesign of the company’s flagship analytics solution used by law firms, enterprises, and government agencies to quickly understand large volumes of data during litigation, investigations, and regulatory requests. In the face of the explosion of enterprise data, analytics has become a critical requirement for efficiently reviewing unstructured data such as documents and email. Brainspace’s pioneering analytics and visualization capabilities enable rapid understanding of large data collections.”

The release goes on to list key features: “(1) Brainspace’s user interface, centered around powerful and interactive data visualizations, has been redesigned from the ground up. The unique combination of Brainspace’s core technology and interactive visualizations is exemplified in the latest version of the product’s widely-imitated wheel visualization, which offers an extraordinary user experience on top of new unsupervised learning algorithms. (2) Powerful new tools for working with email and other human communications – new visualizations for conversation analysis and email threads enable simple navigation of communication chains and pattern identification, while updates to conversation analysis provide insight into large scale communication patterns.”

It adds, “(3) Continuous Multimodal Learning (CMML) workflow, which exemplifies the tight coupling of algorithms and interface design. CMML integrates state-of-the-art machine learning with Brainspace’s flexible new tagging system, allowing a user to train the software to recognize multiple topics from within any of Brainspace 6’s visualizations.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: Brainspace

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