Millions of Peer Reviewed Articles
Praedicat mines the corpus of today’s science to anticipate tomorrow’s claims.
CoMeta’s assessment of risk is based on proprietary algorithms that extract information on litagion® agents from over 10,000 peer-reviewed journals and from regulatory documents. The scientific information is regularly updated to reflect the most recent developments in science, allowing users to track how each litagion agent’s science-based risk evolves over time.
Praedicat's algorithms are mining hundreds of literatures, such as those exploring harms from cell phones, nanomaterials, benzene, and BPA. Dynamic metadata is extracted to inform risk modeling.
About BPA causing bodily injury since 1960
3/4 have found harmful effects
Praedicat builds exceedance probability curves out of the metadata for the emerging risks using modeling based in empirical law and economics.
The risk models are based on an event set of over 10,000 potential future mass litigation events. These hypothetical torts, or “latent mass actions,” are based on the commercial settings scientists identify as presenting the riskiest human exposures to litagion agents.
We profiles 1000s of companies which are complex and dynamic creatures often consisting of dozens, or even hundreds of industries and thousands of products and services. With science-based risk, the companies can be related in surprising ways.