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For centuries, poetry has been used to express the full breadth of the human experience. Now, it’s being used to explore the limits of AI, too.
Examining the LawTech startup landscape in the UK. Who are these disruptors? What specific law technologies do they offer, and to whom?
Hal Varian shares insights on Google's success, biggest bets, big data, partnerships, and where the global economy is headed.
Industry leaders and decision makers share their views on FinTech trends, including challenges and opportunities for players large and small.
Just how far is the world from widespread adoption of fully-automated vehicles? Leaders in the space weigh in and look to the future of driverless cars.
There are four facets of identity that have different components and "value" for government and businesses when considering identity verification.
The widespread adoption of mobile devices that record the communications, social relations, and movements of billions of individuals in great detail presents unique opportunities for the study of social structures and human dynamics at large scales.
In this paper, we propose the first real time rumor debunking algorithm for Twitter. We use cues from 'wisdom of the crowds', that is, the aggregate 'common sense' and investigative journalism of Twitter users.
The role of evaluation in AI and law: An examination of its different forms in the AI and law journal
This paper explores the presence and forms of evaluation in articles published in the journal Artificial Intelligence and Law for the ten-year period from 2005 through 2014.
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