Read this from Mark A. Cohen: Clients Need Legal Services But Not Necessarily Lawyers.
Olga V. Mack penned this: A Perfectly Imperfect Marriage: Blockchain And Open Source. “The blockchain industry has not been very attentive to the selection of licenses used for their projects. It’s time for that to change.”
AI is heavily involved in “fake news,” both in its creation and targeted distribution via bots, and with the algorithms designed to find and combat it. This essay from the International Bar Association (IBA) cautions that regulatory efforts to limit fake news could lead to censorship which could give too much control to those in
According to this essay from the UK, law school students are going to have to understand AI if they are to compete for positions, and law schools aren’t providing that training. (The statistics presented in the article aren’t very credible, but the basic point is valid. Moreover, the piece presents several situations in which technology
Recent rapid and accelerating advances in AI after decades of lethargy have been driven by major advances in three areas: more sophisticated analytic algorithms, more processing horsepower, and accessible and connectable big data. A major step forward in the data arena could be in the offing as the Manzama intelligence platform continues to develop partnerships