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The European AI Alliance

Why join theAIAlliance?<p>Members of the European<p>AIAlliance can interact with the experts of the High Level Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLG), …

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become an area of strategic importance and a key driver of economic development. It can bring solutions to many …

Artificial Intelligence

The European Artificial Intelligence landscape

Europe has a leading edge in artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics. This workshop report describes the activities being carried out in the field …

Artificial Intelligence

EU Member States sign up to cooperate on Artificial Intelligence

On 10 April 25 European countries signed a Declaration of cooperation on Artificial Intelligence (AI). Whereas a number of Member States had already …

Artificial Intelligence

April 2, 1973: Lexis Launches Computerized Legal Searching

__1973: __The law goes electronic, as the private computer-information service Lexis launches publicly.<p>The original Lexis product was limited to …

The 2017 Legal Trends Report

Industry data to drive your legal practice<p>Download the report<p>Data has become the world’s most valuable commodity. Yet, for as long as the legal …

Should We Teach Facial Recognition Technology About Race?

Tech companies are eyeing the next frontier: the human face. Should you desire, you can now superimpose any variety of animal snouts onto a video of …

Big Data Won't Make Juries Better

Trial by jury, among the most hallowed institutions of the U.S. justice system, can be biased and inequitable. But if you’re thinking that employing big data can make it better, think again.<p>Creating a jury is a fraught process on many levels. First, there’s the task of filling the jury pool with …

Big Data

Algorithms and the Rule of Law

Rónán Kennedy explores fundamental issues surrounding the use of algorithms

Algorithms

How artificial intelligence has evolved over time

In the video above, we examine how artificial intelligence has evolved over time and will continue to grow as technology improves - from computer scientist John McCarthy first making reference to AI in 1956, to virtual assistants on our smartphones emerging in 2011 and more.<p>From gaming to virtual …

Artificial Intelligence

Ny journal samlar artiklar om AI och juridik

En ny eJournal sponsrad av Vanderbilt Law School, Artificial Intelligence - Law, Policy & Ethics, publicerar artiklar om "AI for law" och "law for …

ROSS AI Plus Wexis Outperforms Either Westlaw or LexisNexis Alone, Study Finds

ROSS Intelligence, the artificial intelligence legal research platform, outperforms Westlaw and LexisNexis in finding relevant authorities, in user …

Artificial Intelligence

AI’s Big Trade Secret

Why Algorithms are Worthless<p>Artificial Intelligence is on the rise, but (for a change) I’m not talking about the great AI panic of 2015. I’m talking …

To Achieve Real Innovation, A.I. Must Survive the Hype

<b>Editor’s Note:</b> <i>This post is written by the chairman of Seyfarth Shaw</i>.<p><b>By Stephen Poor, Chairman, Seyfarth Shaw</b><p>Over the holidays, I learned that my …

Artificial Intelligence

Which are the world's most influential languages?

What makes a language influential? Is it one with the most speakers? Or perhaps it's the language with the most economic influence? English has …

AI Is Transforming Google Search. The Rest of the Web Is Next

Yesterday, the 46-year-old Google veteran who oversees the company's search engine, Amit Singhal, announced his retirement. And in short order, …

Automating Legal Advice: AI and Expert Systems

<b>Editor’s Note:</b> <i>The author of this post is a legal technology and management consultant</i>.<p><b>By Ron Friedmann, Fireman & Company</b><p>In 2015, we regularly read …

Bessere Rechtsetzung: Rat billigt Einigung mit dem EP und der Kommission

It’s too late to give machines ethics, they’re already beyond our control | Susan Blackmore

Google’s Demis Hassabis suggests we can mitigate the dangers of artificial intelligence by instilling values, but even now it’s evolving for its own benefit, fed by our phones, drones and CCTV<p>Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates and now Demis Hassabis of Google’s DeepMind have all warned of the dangers of …

Artificial Intelligence

Your Lawyer May Soon Ask This AI-Powered App for Legal Help

When Jimoh Ovbiagele was ten years old, his parents decided to get a divorce. But as the couple got deeper into the process, the legal fees grew more …

What digital skills are essential to businesses if they want to exist in 10 years?

<b>More than 40% of small businesses in Europe do not have a website.</b> That’s a staggering figure when you consider how important the internet revolution …

Innovation

The Hidden Bias of Science’s Universal Language

The vast majority of scientific papers today are published in English. What gets lost when other languages get left out?<p>Newton’s <i>Principia Mathematica</i> was written in Latin; Einstein’s first influential papers were written in German; Marie Curie’s work was published in French. Yet today, most …

Language

With Judge Analytics, Ravel Law Starts To Judge The Judges

From murder and terrorism to patent conflicts and sexual discrimination lawsuits, courtrooms are home to some of the most important dramas in our society. While our top retailers can identify people who are pregnant weeks before even the consumer has realized it themselves, lawyers continue to …

FutureLaw | The State of the Art of Legal Technology Circa 2015

ISA²

User testimonials<p>User testimonials<p><i>"The future needs reliable and secure electronic communication between the public administration of the Member</i> …