Interview: Rishi Khullar of Heretik on Heretik Forge and its use with RelativityOne

Rishi Khullar is Director of Product Management at Heretik. I interviewed him at Relativity Fest in London about Heretik’s new product, Heretik Forge, because Heretik Forge uses RelativityOne.

 

Rishi Khullar said that Heretik Forge is the first solution for running data science experiments in a Relativity instance, allowing customers to build custom machine learning models. Uses include contract review, M&A, regulatory response, and vendor management.

The customer is able to build machine learning models which are theirs and which stay with them. By allowing customers to tailor analysis models to suit their business, they enable competitor differentiation.

Rishi Khullar said that “customers are astonishing when you give them a flexible tool”. Possible use cases beyond contract review include analysis of RFPs and RFIs, of court transcripts, of outside counsel guidelines, and of any document which has some structure. Heritage Forge classifies documents, segments them and allows the extraction of data from them.

The use of RelativityOne gives Heretik, as well as its users, a major competitive advantage. The functionality needs to rest on a robust document review platform, and Rishi Khullar said that Heretik Forge is “built on the best one in the market”.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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