In 1956, the book “the Minority Report” suggested artificial intelligence being used to overhaul the legal system. Well, the book, the movie, and the TV series were focused on aliens anticipating crimes and stopping them before they happened. This is a bold and unrealistic use of artificial intelligence, but today we can use artificial intelligence to overhaul the legal system by addressing process changes and management of case materials.
Critical Investigation AI harnesses Braided Data Solutions’ core technology (AI and machine learning algorithms) in an enhanced user dashboard designed to assist paralegals and attorneys by simplifying the time-consuming and costly tasks that are essential in civil and criminal cases. Our software tool uses categorical identification to support analytical and redaction functionality with smart searching, data-linking, and tagging. This core technology will be used to expand available investigative document tools, all of which are designed to save time, lower costs, reduce errors, and speed up the responsiveness associated with reviewing case documents today.
A patient’s medical chart contains complex, critical information that is often buried amongst a large amount of irrelevant charting. The desired data is typically not formatted (unstructured) making it difficult to assess. Furthermore, it is extremely time-consuming for healthcare workers, researchers, and other investigators to extract and otherwise analyze key clinical knowledge that is located in the chart.
Our Critical Query AI application was designed to assist clinicians and medical researchers with identifying and extracting specific medical information from EHRs, in a more timely and cost-efficient manner. Our core technology is used to recognize and create order out of the chaos of medical terminology, data, and jargon. CQ gives medical professionals the ability to find and organize the information they are looking for in the chart, all in real-time. This approach allows for highly trained professionals to focus on other tasks instead of chart investigation and data reporting.