Category Archives: Articles and papers

Englert et al.: Logical Limitations to Machine Ethics with Consequences to Lethal Autonomous Weapons

Matthias Englert, Sandra Siebert, and Martin Ziegler have posted Logical Limitations to Machine Ethics with Consequences to Lethal Autonomous Weapons. Here is the abstract: Lethal Autonomous Weapons promise to revolutionize warfare — and raise a multitude of ethical and legal … Continue reading

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Čyras and Lachmayer: Toward Multidimensional Rule Visualizations

Vytautas Čyras and Friedrich Lachmayer have published Toward Multidimensional Rule Visualizations, in Michał Araszkiewic et al. (Eds.), Problems of Normativity, Rules and Rule-Following (Springer 2015). Here is the abstract: This paper reviews visualizations in legal informatics. We focus on the … Continue reading

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Orozco: Democratizing the Law: Legal Crowdsourcing

David Orozco of Florida State University has posted Democratizing the Law: Legal Crowdsourcing (Lawsourcing) as a Means to Achieve Legal, Regulatory and Policy Objectives, on SSRN. Here is the abstract: This article defines the emergent practice of lawsourcing, which is … Continue reading

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Malik et al.: Predictive Visual Analytics for Community Policing and Law Enforcement

Abish Malik, Ross Maciejewski, Sherry Towers, Sean McCullough, and David Ebert are scheduled to present a paper entitled Proactive Spatiotemporal Resource Allocation and Predictive Visual Analytics for Community Policing and Law Enforcement, at IEEE VIS 2014, being held 9-14 November … Continue reading

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Fang: Using Flowchart Verdict Sheets To Mitigate Inconsistent Civil Jury Verdicts

Jerry J. Fang of Duke University Law School has published 12 Confused Men: Using Flowchart Verdict Sheets To Mitigate Inconsistent Civil Verdicts, Duke Law Journal 64, 287-331 (2014). Here is the abstract: The finality of jury verdicts reflects an implicit … Continue reading

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Xiao et al.: Human Rights Researchers’ Data Analysis and Management Practices

Lu Xiao, Isioma Elueze, and Jillian R. Kavanaugh are scheduled to present a paper entitled Human Rights Researchers’ Data Analysis and Management Practices, at the ASIST 2014 Annual Meeting, being held 31 October-5 November 2014, in Seattle. Here is the … Continue reading

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Legal informatics papers at ICEGOV 2014

Several papers on legal informatics or legal data analysis are scheduled to be presented at ICEGOV 2014: International Conference on the Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, being held 27-30 October 2014 in Guimarães, Portugal. Here are the legal informatics … Continue reading

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