H5 Practice Brief
Measuring the Accuracy of Technology-Assisted-Review
If parties can verify the accuracy of a production, the method of review becomes unimportant. Judge Peck offers the tantalizing vision of a future free of pervasive gamesmanship, where productions are reliably and cost-effectively assessed for accuracy. Simply put, an effective measurement protocol must answer the only questions that matter: How accurate was your review? And how do you know?
H5's latest Practice Brief: Measuring the Accuracy of Technology-Assisted Reviews boils down the key considerations in designing quality assurance protocol and provides practical how-to tips, including:
- Defining which metrics to measure
- How should sampling be used?
- How large should your samples be?
- A low cost method for determining if a threshold level of recall has been achieved
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