vdiscovery Announces VLM
New AI Application for Relativity
First Relativity-Based Generative AI for Document Review
September 27, 2023 – New York, NY – vdiscovery, a leading litigation support and e-discovery service provider, today announced that it has released its generative AI app, VLM (vdiscovery Language Model), for Relativity. The implementation of this tool ensures that sensitive data remains within a secure environment at all times.
VLM is meticulously designed for attorneys seeking efficiencies in review. It provides an AI experience that is controlled and tailor-made for specific purposes. VLM features carefully tested and curated prompts, providing predictable and reusable results.
VLM is also language model agnostic, utilizing a combination of local language models running behind vdiscovery’s firewall, as well as Microsoft’s secure enterprise implementation of GPT. With these powerful options at hand, users can choose the workflow that best suits their case and client to securely enhance efficiency and optimize the review process.
“VLM’s ability to seamlessly integrate into a Relativity review workflow and leverage the power of generative AI to provide document summaries will be a game changer for our clients”, said Michael Wright, General Manager of vdiscovery. “Our team’s consistent output of innovative and useful technology solutions over the past decade is just one reason vdiscovery is seen as a trailblazer in e-discovery.”
“The release of vdiscovery’s VLM app and its immediate compatibility with Relativity is indicative of the vdiscovery team’s commitment to providing best-in-class security and efficiency for our shared users,” said Laurie Usewicz, Chief Partner Officer at Relativity. “We take great pleasure in witnessing vdiscovery’s continued momentum to build new solutions that meet rising customer needs and are proud to deepen our partnership together.”
VLM is now available in the Relativity App Hub. With more than 125 apps now available, the App Hub gives users the ability to pick and choose the solutions that best suit their unique workflows across different stages of the e-discovery process—and solve data challenges outside e-discovery. vdiscovery makes this announcement ahead of their participation in Relativity Fest, Relativity’s annual user conference designed to educate and connect the legal and e-discovery communities, taking place in Chicago Sept. 26-28. Daniel Barak, vdiscovery’s CTO and chief developer of VLM, will be featured in a lighting round session for innovation award nominees at RelativityFest, on the Community Pavilion Tech Stage on Thursday, September 28, 11-11:30 .Those interested in attending can register for the event here.
vdiscovery is a Manhattan-based provider of proprietary and best-in-breed solutions in computer forensics, document review, and electronic discovery, bringing deep expertise, efficient solutions, and exceptional client experience to corporations and law firms for over 45 years. Our expert consultants, responsive service, custom software development, and mastery of the leading technologies serve our
clients, and theirs, with a scope of quality unparalleled in today’s market. Please contact vdiscovery at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.vdiscovery.com for more information.
Relativity makes software to help users organize data, discover the truth and act on it. Its SaaS product, RelativityOne, manages large volumes of data and quickly identifies key issues during litigation and internal investigations. Relativity has more than 300,000 users in approximately 40 countries serving thousands of organizations globally primarily in legal, financial services and government sectors, including the U.S. Department of Justice and 198 of the Am Law 200. Please contact Relativity at email@example.com or visit www.relativity.com for more information.
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