As a member of the AI+Law 2013 Program Committee it is my pleasure to invite you to attend the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law – Rome 2013 — June 10-14. The conference will feature the core program of peer reviewed papers, research abstracts and project demos. In addition, the conference features two days of workshops and tutorials in topics such as Computational Models of Natural Argument, Textual Extraction from Legal Resources, Machine Learning in E-Discovery, Network Analysis in Law, XML Schemas for Legal Rules, Data Driven Artificial Intelligence in Law, etc.
I hope to see you in Rome this Summer for AI+Law 2013!
We cover the topic of Swarms at great length in the “Complex Systems in the Social Sciences Course” that I co-teach at the University of Michigan ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods. If you are interested in learning more here are some of the slides from last year. The 2013 Edition of the Course Begins in July in Ann Arbor!