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"Artificial Intelligence and the Law from a Research Perspective"

by Branting, L Karl (2018)


Abstract First Generation AI and Law The term" artificial intelligence" was coined by John McCarthy in a storied 1956 Dartmouth Symposium. 1 The primary focus of early AI research was logical reasoning, eg, proving theorems of logic, 2 playing checkers, 3 and deducing the molecular structure of chemical samples. 4 To the pioneers of AI and law, the logical character of legal rules and arguments suggested that these new computational techniques for logical inference would be well suited for automated legal reasoning.[...] Generation AI …


Law, Lawyers, Legal Profession, Machine Learning, Machines, Artificial Intelligence, Technology, Information Technology, Data, Automation, Historical Context


AI and Computerisation, Automation

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