Salient Cognitive Analytics delivers effective analysis of multiple data types, providing insightful perspectives on disclosed data to expose patterns, identify channels of communication, persons of interest, highlight anomalous behaviour and surface topics, concepts and sentiments.
These leading indicators can then be used to help establish the fact patterns in a matter, benefiting the investigator or lawyer by focusing their efforts most efficiently.
Salient has researched the very latest advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) technologies and includes these capabilities seamlessly into the Salient service. This enables the rapid assessment of the data landscape by applying pre-built Machine Learning (ML) models.
With all the heavy lifting done automatically, the investigator or lawyer can follow the exposed evidence and focus on the pertinent aspects of the case to establish the true fact patterns, including the ‘unknown unknowns’, with far greater confidence that critical elements have not been overlooked.
Machines process and assimilate data at far greater scale and speed than humans. And by doing so, can spot patterns that a human review might miss. However, they lack intuition.
Salient uses the power of Cognitive Analytics to help the investigator reconstruct the jigsaw of fact patterns by surfacing the leading indicators to the investigator, that expose such factors as unusual or pressured behaviours, networks of unseen relationships and the sentiment in communications.