Tag Archives: computational linguistics

The Utility of Text: The Case of Amicus Briefs and the Supreme Court (by Yanchuan Sim, Bryan Routledge & Noah A. Smith)

From the Abstract: “We explore the idea that authoring a piece of text is an act of maximizing one’s expected utility. To make this idea concrete, we consider the societally important decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States. … Continue reading

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Measuring the Complexity of the Law (via Samuel Arbesman – Wired Science Blogs)

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Harry Surden – Computable Contracts (via ReInventLawChannel.com)

Harry Surden – Computable Contracts from ReInvent Law Channel on Vimeo.

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Computational Law Workshop @ Stanford Code X

Today Mike Bommarito and I had the pleasure of participating in the Computational Law Workshop.  It was a very solid group featuring ~20 of the top global experts participating in a true workshop format about the pressing technical issues in … Continue reading

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A Case Study in Legal Annotation (Wyner, Peters & Katz)

This is an ongoing project with Adam Wyner (Dept. of Computer Science @ University of Aberdeen) and Wim Peters (Dept. of Computer Science + NLP Group @ University of Sheffield) … our very initial pilot project was presented at the … Continue reading

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Predictive Coding and E-Discovery in 2015 and Beyond – Presentation from LegalTechNYC 2013

Predictive Coding and E-Discovery in 2015 and Beyond – LegalTechNYC 2013 ( Daniel Martin Katz + Michael J. Bommarito II ) from Daniel Martin Katz

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International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law – ICAIL Rome 2013

Today I had the pleasure of attending the opening workshops/tutorials at the ICAIL Conference in Rome.  The program continues tomorrow with the core conference and accepted papers.  While I unfortunately will not be able to attend all of the meeting, … Continue reading

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Executive Order — Making Open and Machine Readable the New Default for Government Information

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Facebook Explains Why it Used Natural Language to Compete with Google Search (via Venture Beat)

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The Inside Story of Aaron Swartz’s Campaign to Liberate PACER Court Filings (via Ars Technica)

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Novel Views: Les Miserables (Visual Display of Textual Relationships, etc.) { via neoformix.com }

{HT:Infosthetics.com}

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Quantitative Legal Prediction – Presentation @ Stanford CodeX – November 8, 2012 – Professor Daniel Martin Katz

Quantitative Legal Prediction – Presentation @ Stanford CodeX – November 8, 2012 – Professor Daniel Martin Katz from Daniel Martin Katz

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Partner Seeking Help On E-Discovery – or – Why it is a Good Idea to Learn Something About E-Discovery Before You Commit Malpractice

This semester here at Michigan State University College of Law, I am team teaching E-Discovery together with my colleague Adam Candeub. For a number of reasons, I enjoyed this video as it highlights the real gap in knowledge that exists … Continue reading

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