Intraspexion Embeds dtSearch
Intraspexion and dtSearch have announced new updates regarding the Intraspexion software with the embedded dtSearch Engine.
Intraspexion offers cutting-edge deep learning litigation prevention software.
dtSearch provides its own document filters to parse a wide variety of data formats, and text retrieval to instantly search terabytes of data.
Intraspexion embeds the dtSearch Engine for its document filters and text retrieval capabilities. The resulting Intraspexion product with embedded dtSearch capabilities lets enterprise legal departments prevent potential lawsuits before they even start, the companies say.
The software has been updated to include Office 365 connectivity with a console for either an automated (every night) or on-demand run, explained F. Scott Barker, Intraspexion’s chief developer. The dtSearch Engine is used to extract the enterprise email content. Then the system uses dtSearch to index and search the extracted content and passes the results to Intraspexion’s GPU instance residing in a cloud environment.
Intraspexion’s technology makes use of a Deep Learning Engine to figure out which correspondence may indicate a future litigation risk. The Deep Learning Engine is a form of Artificial Intelligence consisting of a machine learning multi-layer neural network that Intraspexion “trains” to spot a specific category of potential litigation.
Intraspexion’s initial litigation prevention target is employment discrimination lawsuits. The amount of money saved by giving an enterprise the means to flag a potential employment discrimation matter before it turns into an actual lawsuit “is staggering,” said Nick Brestoff, founder and CEO of Intraspexion.
The dtSearch Engine instantly searches terabytes of text including over 25 full-text and metadata-driven search options across multiple different platforms and operating systems. dtSearch’s proprietary document filters support a wide range of online and offline data covering numerous document types, emails plus nested attachments, website data and other databases.
For more information, go to www.dtsearch.com and https://intraspexion.com.