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SOVRANO, Francesco, SAPIENZA, Salvatore, PALMIRANI, Monica, et al. A Survey on Methods and Metrics for the Assessment of Explainability under the Proposed AI Act. #arXiv preprint arXiv:2110.11168, ...

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This study discusses the interplay between metrics used to measure the explainability of the AI systems and the proposed EU Artificial Intelligence Act. A standardisation process is ongoing: several entities (e.g. ISO) and scholars are discussing how to design systems that are compliant with the forthcoming Act and explainability metrics play a significant role. This study identifies the requirements that such a metric should possess to ease
compliance with the AI Act. It does so according to an interdisciplinary approach, i.e. by departing from the philosophical concept of explainability and discussing some metrics proposed by scholars and standardisation entities through the lenses of the explainability obligations set by the proposed AI Act. Our analysis proposes that metrics to measure the kind of explainability endorsed by the proposed AI Act shall be risk-focused, model-agnostic, goal-aware, intelligible & accessible. This is why we discuss the extent to which these requirements are met by the metrics currently under discussion.

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The Research and Writing Template by Erick Kitenge, Lawrence J. Trautman :: SSRN

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While every business school discipline (accounting, business law, communication, economics, entrepreneurship, finance, management, marketing, organizational beh
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Shakespeare in the Courts by Douglas E. Abrams :: SSRN

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Professor Abrams authors a column, Writing it Right, in the Journal of the Missouri Bar. In a variety of contexts, the column stresses the fundamentals of quali
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Citation Databases for Legal Scholarship: Ranking the Top 28 Law Faculties by John Beatty :: SSRN

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The 2019 announcement by U.S. News that it would introduce a new law faculty ranking based on legal scholarship citation data from HeinOnline was met with conce
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[arXiv:2107.03721] Demystifying the Draft EU Artificial Intelligence Act #arxiv Michael Veale & Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius. Computer Law Review International (2021), 22(4) 97-112

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In April 2021, the European Commission proposed a Regulation on Artificial Intelligence, known as the AI Act. We present an overview of the Act and analyse its implications, drawing on scholarship ranging from the study of contemporary AI practices to the structure of EU product safety regimes over the last four decades. Aspects of the AI Act, such as different rules for different risk-levels of AI, make sense. But we also find that some provisions
of the Draft AI Act have surprising legal implications, whilst others may be largely ineffective at achieving their stated goals. Several overarching aspects, including the enforcement regime and the risks of maximum harmonisation pre-empting legitimate national AI policy, engender significant concern. These issues should be addressed as a priority in the legislative process.

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Regards croisés sur la qualité de la législation fiscale - Portail Universitaire du droit #legistique

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Organisé sous la direction scientifique de Benjamin Ricou, Maître de conférences - Le Mans Université, Thémis-Um, associé au Centre d’Études et de Recherches Financières et Fiscales, Equipe de Droit Public de Lyon
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Ton arrêt tu commenteras...

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Ton arrêt tu commenteras... La chambre, la section, la juridiction tu présenteras Sa publication ou non pour son sens tu mentionneras Ses faits, source de tout, avec rigueur tu cerneras La demande au juge au mot près tu donneras En forme de question le problème de droit tu formulera
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Predicting judicial decisions of the European Court of Human Rights: a Natural Language Processing perspective [PeerJ]

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Recent advances in Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning provide us with the tools to build predictive models that can be used to unveil patterns driving judicial decisions. This can be useful, for both lawyers and judges, as an assisting tool to rapidly identify cases and extract patterns which lead to certain decisions. This paper presents the first systematic study on predicting the outcome of cases tried by the European Court of Human Rights based solely on textual content. We formulate a binary classification task where the input of our classifiers is the textual content extracted from a case and the target output is the actual judgment as to whether there has been a violation of an article of the convention of human rights. Textual information is represented using contiguous word sequences, i.e., N-grams, and topics. Our models can predict the court’s decisions with a strong accuracy (79% on average). Our empirical analysis indicates that the formal facts of a case are the most important predictive factor. This is consistent with the theory of legal realism suggesting that judicial decision-making is significantly affected by the stimulus of the facts. We also observe that the topical content of a case is another important feature in this classification task and explore this relationship further by conducting a qualitative analysis.
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Teaching Law and Artificial Intelligence by Brendan Johnson, Francis X. Shen :: SSRN

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In this Essay we present the first detailed analysis of how U.S. law schools are beginning to offer more courses in Law and Artificial Intelligence. Based on a
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“Learning Styles” as (Absolute) Neuromyth?

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Whether in a cognitive science journal article, educational psychology blog piece, or informational YouTube video, in recent months and years, I can’t help but notice a growing criticism—and sometimes the absolute dismissal—of “learning styles” as a pedagogical concept.
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Artificial Intelligence and Transparency: A Blueprint for Improving the Regulation of AI Applications in the EU by Alexander J. Wulf, Ognyan Seizov :: SSRN

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The adoption of Artificial Intelligence is steadily increasing, but the underlying algorithms have become so complex that they are no longer transparent. The EU
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Legal Priorities Research: A Research Agenda by Christoph Winter, et al. @ssrn

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What are the greatest risks and opportunities for humanity, and what is the role that multidisciplinary-informed legal research can take? How can we prioritize
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Intelligent Legal Tech to Empower Self-Represented Litigants by Amy J. Schmitz, John Zeleznikow :: SSRN

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Legal technologies, or “legal tech,” are disrupting the practice of law and providing efficiencies for businesses around the globe. Indeed, legal tech often con
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'Never Let a Crisis Go to Waste': The Impact of COVID-19 on Legal Education by Peter D. Burdon :: SSRN

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The COVID-19 pandemic represents the most significant rupture to universities since the advent of neoliberalism. In Australia, the economic shock was brought ab
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Giving Reasons as a Means to Enhance Compliance with Legal Norms by Daphna Lewinsohn-Zamir, Eyal Zamir, Ori Katz :: SSRN

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The threat of sanctions is often insufficient to ensure compliance with legal norms. Recently, much attention has been given to nudges as a means to influence b
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Clinical Legal Education during a Global Pandemic - Suggestions from the Trenches: The Perspective of the Nelson Mandela University by Marc Welgemoed :: SSRN

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The COVID-19 pandemic has plunged the world into turmoil and uncertainty. The academic world is no exception. In South Africa, due to a nationwide lockdown impo
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Predict and Suspect: The Emergence of Artificial Legal Meaning by Daniel Maggen :: SSRN

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Recent theoretical writings on the possibility that algorithms would someday be able to create law have delayed algorithmic law-making, and the need to decide o
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Magistrats administratifs : débats significatifs [VIDEO]

From blog.landot-avocats.net

Nouvelle diffusion    Port de la robe, serment, solennité des audiences, accès à la profession et évolution des carrières : le monde des magistrats administratifs n’est pas, ces temps-ci…
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The First Amendment Does Not Protect Replicants by Lawrence Lessig :: SSRN

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As the semantic capability of computer systems increases, the law should resolve clearly whether the First Amendment protects machine speech. This essay argues
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Academic Law Libraries’ New Frontier–The Post Truth Cognitive Bias Challenge and Calls for Behavioral and Structural Reforms by Kwanghyuk (David) Yoo :: SSRN

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Abstract

This article recognizes the escalated concerns surrounding the post-truth phenomenon as it has robustly played out. Post-truth has been an emerging impetus and catalyst for another level of cognitive bias distorting information behavior, and the reasoning process, of the general public. The article highlights the functional vulnerability of academic law libraries to the post-truth challenge and explores their new frontier in the data-driven era. The article suggests that academic law libraries endeavor to implement behavioral and structural reforms. Thus, it maintains that academic law libraries should play the reoriented and reshaped role of information activists and they should consider technological renovation, inter alia blockchain application, for enhanced Integrated Library System design.

 

Keywords: Post-Truth, Cognitive Bias, Legal Information, Library and Information Science, Integrated Library System Design, Blockchain Application, Freedom of Information, Freedom of the Press, Information Democratization, Behavioral Reform, Structural Reform

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Digital Technology, Future Lawyers and the Computable Contract Designer of Tomorrow by Marcelo Corrales Compagnucci, Mark Fenwick, Helena Haapio :: SSRN

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This article explores the shifting character of contract design in the digital revolution, focusing on how emerging technologies are providing the contracting c
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LAW, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION – v. II: Insights on Artificial Intelligence and the Law by Leonardo Parentoni :: SSRN

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This book is part of the collection sponsored by the Brazilian Research Center on Law, Technology and Innovation – DTIBR 1 , a private nonprofit interdi
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