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Predicting Outcomes at SCOTUS – AI and the Old Fashioned Way

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 will host a presentation by Daniel Martin Katz entitled, “How Crowdsourcing Accurately and Robustly Predicts Supreme Court Decisions.” More information about this event, which will include remote access, is available at this link.

Relatedly, this blog is collaborating with Good Judgment to offer the SCOTUS Challenge, which invites forecasters to predict the outcomes of Supreme Court cases from this term. This opportunity for readers is available on the SCOTUS Challenge page.”

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