With all the analytics companies being bought up recently, I made the above comment to Doug Austin in discussing his column a few weeks back on the new NIST standards for developing trust in Artificial Intelligence programs. (https://ediscoverytoday.com/2021/06/29/nist-publishes-new-study-establishes-model-for-trust-and-artificial-intelligence/ ) But maybe the analogy isn’t a good one. A better one may be that this is a case where we DO want to see the sausage being made. I’ve talked about this before ( https://www.digitalwarroom.com/blog/is-ai-the-fight-club-of-legal-technology-and-ediscovery ) but the NIST paper dives into some detailed analysis. NIST talks about trust as a key element in getting lawyer buy in on AI.… Continue Reading IS THE NEW NIST STANDARD FOR AI LOOKING AT THE WRONG END OF THE HORSE?