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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Harvard Boosts Legal AI

Been following the potential for AI in Law,  applications like smart contracts, or intelligent legal research.  Or predicting legal outcomes based on context.  And it all starts with the data available.    Consider the implications for lower level legal jobs.  Here is a start just announced, in Technology Review:

" ... Harvard just put more than 6 million court cases online to give legal AI a boost.   After five years of work, nearly 6.5 million US court cases are now available to access for free online.

The news: The Library Innovation Lab at the Harvard Law School Library has completed its Caselaw Access Project, an endeavour to digitize every reported… read more.

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