Tag Archives: Legal decision support systems

Casanovas et al.: AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems

Pompeu Casanovas, Ugo Pagallo, Monica Palmirani, and Giovanni Sartor have co-edited a new article collection entitled AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems: AICOL 2013 International Workshops, AICOL-IV@IVR, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, July 21-27, 2013 and AICOL-V@SINTELNET-JURIX, Bologna, Italy, December … Continue reading

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Colarusso: Beta release of new programming language for lawyers: QnA Markup; Comments welcome

David Colarusso of Public Counsel Services has released a beta version of a new programming language for lawyers, called QnA Markup, and he welcomes comments on it. The project’s Website is at: http://www.qnamarkup.org/ The code is available at: https://github.com/colarusso/QnAMarkup The … Continue reading

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Brams et al.: Algorithm for Fair Division of Indivisible Items: Divorce and Probate Applications

Steven J. Brams, D. Marc Kilgour, and Christian Klamler have published Two-Person Fair Division of Indivisible Items: An Efficient, Envy-Free Algorithm, Notices of the AMS, 61, 130-141 (2014). Here is the abstract: Many procedures have been suggested for the venerable … Continue reading

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Stanford Symposium on Law and Rationality: Legal Trial, With and Without Mathematics, 30 May 2014: Links and resources

The 2014 Stanford Symposium on Law and Rationality, on the theme: Trial With and Without Mathematics: Legal, Philosophical, and Computational Perspectives, is scheduled to be held 30 May 2014, at Stanford Law School, in Stanford, California, USA. The conference is … Continue reading

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Legal informatics discussed at Intelligent Systems, Robotics, and Policy panel, 16 May 2014

There was some discussion of legal informatics issues at the panel entitled Intelligent Systems and Robotics: How Will These Technologies Interact with Policy? held 16 May 2014 at Microsoft Innovation and Policy Center, Washington, DC, USA. The panelists were Meg … Continue reading

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Daniel and Lauffenburger: Intelligent speed limit assistant

Dr. Jérémie Daniel and Professor Dr. Jean-Philippe Lauffenburger, both of l’Université de Haute-Alsace, have published Fusing navigation and vision information with the Transferable Belief Model: Application to an intelligent speed limit assistant, Information Fusion, 18, 62-77 (2014). Here is the … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: AIIP2: Second International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and IP Law

A call for papers — with submission deadline for abstracts of 23 October 2013 — has been issued for AIIP2: Second International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and IP Law, to be held 11-13 December 2013, in Bologna, in conjunction with … Continue reading

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