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Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Massive, cheap computer power – often combined with AI – has facilitated much of the recent progress in understanding and working against cancer. Accordingly, it’s good to see that research against cancer will be one of the uses for the world’s most powerful supercomputer, which is headed for  the federal government’s Argonne Labs in

So many issues lie ahead for litigation involving AI. With that in mind, here’s the abstract from a new paper by the indefatigible Dan Schwarcz and Anya Prince. This is the link to the paper at SSRN.

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Big data and artificial intelligence are revolutionizing the ways in which financial firms, governments, and

SCOTUSblog includes a February 16, 2018 announcement of two interesting events as to predicting outcomes at SCOTUS. The entry is pasted below in full since the point seems to be to spread the word.

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“Event announcement: The Supreme Court and wisdom of the crowds

On February 21 at 12:45 p.m. PST, Stanford University’s CodeX

Suppose your next jury trial involves issues about cancer. Will you be able to use AI and big data – during jury selection – to quickly find all of a possible juror’s social media comments about cancer? Check out this April 26, 2017 article at Artificial Lawyer about a firm trying to make that happen.