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About Relativity

Relativity develops software to help users organize data, discover the truth, and act on it. The company's e-discovery platform is used by organizations around the world to manage large volumes of data. It also offers a cloud solution product RelativityOne which manages large volumes of data and identifies key issues during litigation and internal investigations and compliance projects. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Chicago, Illinois.

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231 South LaSalle Street 8th Floor

Chicago, Illinois, 60604,

United States


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    Relativity Trace proactively detects regulatory misconduct like insider trading, collusion and other non-compliant behavior. It's a robust electronic communications platform that automatically alerts compliance teams to potential risks, providing a superior review experience to empower compliance teams to make informed review decisions.

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Relativity has filed 38 patents.

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  • Email
  • Machine learning
  • Classification algorithms
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Latest Relativity News

Elastic to power generative AI models with Elasticsearch Relevance Engine

May 23, 2023

Elastic to power generative AI models with Elasticsearch Relevance Engine SHARE Enterprise search technology provider Elastic N.V. is aiming to help companies build and integrate generative artificial intelligence models powered by their own corporate data with the launch of its new Elasticsearch Relevance Engine today. ESRE, as the new tool is called, is powered by built-in vector search and transformer models that combine the latest innovations in generative AI to proprietary enterprise data. Elastic is the creator of the popular open-source Elasticsearch platform , which enterprises use to store, search and analyze huge volumes of structured and unstructured data in close to real time. Elasticsearch serves as the underlying engine for millions of applications that have more complex features and requirements. With the launch of ESRE, Elasticsearch will soon power a new generation of generative AI applications built on enterprise data. ESRE will enable companies to build highly specialized models trained on their own proprietary data, both structured and unstructured, the company said. “Generative AI is a revolutionary moment in technology and the companies that get it right, fast, are tomorrow’s leaders,” said Elastic Chief Executive Ash Kulkarni. “The Elasticsearch Relevance Engine is available today, and we’ve already done the hard work of making it easier for companies to do generative AI right.” Elastic said ESRE is effectively democratizing access to AI and machine learning. It provides unified application programming interfaces for vector search, BM25f search and hybrid search capabilities, and combines them with a new transformer model that’s small enough to fit inside a regular business laptop. Users will be able to build custom generative AI applications that leverage their unique, proprietary datasets, without worrying over the size or cost of training and running large language models, Elastic said. Companies will also have the ability to bring their own transformer models and integrate with third-party models, such as OpenAI LP’s ChatGPT, to create secure chat models that leverage their own, very specific data. Elastic said ESRE is already being used by some of its most prominent customers to augment their internally built generative AI applications. They include Relativity ODA LLC , a provider of legal technology, which is using ESRE and Microsoft Corp.’s Azure OpenAI Service to improve the relevance of results within its eDiscovery product RelativityOne. Relativity Chief Product Officer Chris Brown said ESRE has enabled it to build “industry-leading search capabilities” that help its customers and partners better organize their data and act on it. “We’re experimenting with ESRE right now and are excited about its potential to deliver powerful, AI-augmented search results to our customers,” he said. James Governor, co-founder of the developer-focused analyst firm RedMonk, said though enterprises are excited about the potential of generative AI, they’re also swamped by the pace of innovation. “ESRE is designed to ease adoption of transformers, homemade and third-party LLM models, building on the original core strengths of Elastic in search,” he explained. Image: Elastic A message from John Furrier, co-founder of SiliconANGLE: Your vote of support is important to us and it helps us keep the content FREE. One-click below supports our mission to provide free, deep and relevant content.

Relativity Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Relativity founded?

    Relativity was founded in 2001.

  • Where is Relativity's headquarters?

    Relativity's headquarters is located at 231 South LaSalle Street, Chicago.

  • What is Relativity's latest funding round?

    Relativity's latest funding round is Private Equity.

  • How much did Relativity raise?

    Relativity raised a total of $125M.

  • Who are the investors of Relativity?

    Investors of Relativity include Silver Lake and ICONIQ Capital.

  • Who are Relativity's competitors?

    Competitors of Relativity include Shield, Zapproved, Everlaw, DISCO, Luminance and 8 more.

  • What products does Relativity offer?

    Relativity's products include Trace.

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