Artificial Intelligence

Law prof claims computer model predicts SCOTUS decisions with 70% accuracy

Posted by David R. Warner, Jr. - August 1, 2014 - Artificial Intelligence, News
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What will be the outcome of any matter before the US Supreme Court. Law prof claims computer model predicts SCOTUS decisions with 70% accuracy

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Lawyering in an Age of Smart Machines

Posted by David R. Warner, Jr. - November 7, 2013 - Artificial Intelligence, News
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For a discussion of an innovative course by Marc Lauritsen at Suffolk Law School read here.

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An Interesting Article by John Palvus in MIT Technology Review

Posted by David R. Warner, Jr. - April 30, 2013 - Artificial Intelligence, News
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What Will Terms-of-Service Agreements Look Like in the Age of Brain-Computer Interfaces?

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A Neural Network-based Law Machine: The Problem of Legitimacy

Posted by David R. Warner, Jr. - August 20, 2011 - Neural Networks
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A neural network-based law machine should be capable of emulating the inherently parallel reasoning process of the lawyer and thus, of providing a superior platform for the modeling of the legal reasoning process. However, the obscurity of their representation of knowledge makes it difficult to establish the legitimacy of a network’s results in terms of the law.

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