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The Mathematical Structure of the Law by Ted M. Sichelman :: SSRN

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Scientific “law” and human-made law (“social law”) are both “laws” in a very general sense—scientific laws “govern” the workings of the material world and socia
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The EU’s Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and Fundamental Rights by Simona Demkova :: SSRN

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This contribution examines the possibilities for individuals to access remedies against potential violations of their fundamental rights by the EU actors, speci
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Ideological Competition over State Supreme Court Selection Methods by Stephen J. Ware :: SSRN

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The U.S. Supreme Court’s 2022 decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization increased the importance of state law, and thus state supreme courts, wit
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Legal Treatises and the Evolution of Civil Rights Case Law by Jane Bahnson, Wickliffe Shreve :: SSRN

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During the 2022 term, the Supreme Court cited treatises to change legal precedent in two important civil rights cases. We examined the Supreme Court’s use of tr
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Embrace Active Voice In Legal Writing - In Most Cases by Diana Simon :: SSRN

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This article focuses on the advantages of using active voice in legal writing. First, it addresses the difference between active and passive voice using example
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Revisiting Code as Law: Regulation and Extended Reality by Brittan Heller :: SSRN

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Today we are on the cusp of extended reality, just as we were on the cusp of the internet 25 years ago. This Article revisits Lessig’s seminal theory of code-as
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Are Lawyers’ Case Selection Decisions Biased? A Field Experiment on Access to Justice by Jens Frankenreiter, Michael A. Livermore :: SSRN

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The lawyer-client relationship is pivotal in providing access to courts. This paper presents results from a large-scale field experiment exploring how demograph
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Machine Learning and Law by Andrzej Porębski :: SSRN

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This chapter will provide an overview of the applications of machine learning in the legal domain, both theoretical possibilities and applications already in us
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Language Model Interpretability and Empirical Legal Studies by Michael A. Livermore, Felix Herron, Daniel Rockmore :: SSRN

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Large language models (LLMs) now perform extremely well on many natural language processing tasks. Their ability to convert legal texts to data may offer empiri
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Good AI Legal Help, Bad AI Legal Help: Establishing quality standards for responses to people’s legal problem stories by @MargaretHagan :: SSRN

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Much has been made of generative AI models’ ability to perform legal tasks or pass legal exams, but a more important question for public policy is whether AI pl
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Resilience in a Digital Age by Kristen Eichensehr, Danielle Keats Citron :: SSRN

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A resilience agenda is an essential part of protecting national security in a digital age. Digital technologies impact nearly all aspects of everyday life, from
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Good AI Legal Help, Bad AI Legal Help: Establishing quality standards for response to people’s legal problem stories by Margaret Hagan :: SSRN

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Much has been made of generative AI models’ ability to perform legal tasks or pass legal exams, but a more important question for public policy is whether AI pl
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Lawyers Should Not Trust AI: A call for an Open-source Legal Language Model by Samuel Dahan, Rohan Bhambhoria, David Liang, Xiaodan Zhu :: SSRN

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Generalized AI like ChatGPT cannot and should not be used for legal tasks. It presents significant risks for both the legal professions as well as litigants. Ho
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Legalbench: A Collaboratively Built Benchmark for Measuring Legal Reasoning in Large Language Models by Neel Guha, Julian Nyarko, Daniel E. Ho, Christopher Ré, Adam Chilton, Aditya Narayana, Alex C...

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The advent of large language models (LLMs) and their adoption by the legal community has given rise to the question: what types of legal reasoning can LLMs perf
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When Do Reasons for Judgment Lose Effect as Precedent by Oliver Jones :: SSRN

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Scholarship on the doctrine of precedent has focussed on questions regarding when the reasons for judgment of one court are binding on another court. However,
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Lawyering in the Age of Artificial Intelligence by Jonathan H. Choi, Amy Monahan, Daniel Schwarcz :: SSRN

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We conducted the first randomized controlled trial to study the effect of AI assistance on human legal analysis. We randomly assigned law school students to com
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Intelligent search system for resume and labor law [PeerJ]

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Labor and employment are important issues in social life. The demand for online job searching and searching for labor regulations in legal documents, particularly regarding the policy for unemployment benefits, is essential. Nowadays, each function has some programs for its working. However, there is no program that combines both functions. In practice, when users seek a job, they may be unemployed or want to transfer to another work. Thus, they are required to search for regulations about unemployment insurance policies and related information, as well as regulations about workers working smoothly and following labor law. Ontology is a useful technique for representing areas of practical knowledge. This article proposes an ontology-based method for solving labor and employment-related problems. First, we construct an ontology of job skills to match curriculum vitae (CV) and job descriptions (JD). In addition, an ontology for representing labor law documents is proposed to aid users in their search for legal labor law regulations. These ontologies are combined to construct the knowledge base of a job-searching and labor law-searching system. In addition, this integrated ontology is used to study several issues involving the matching of CVs and JDs and the search for labor law issues. A system for intelligent resume searching in information technology is developed using the proposed method. This system also incorporates queries pertaining to Vietnamese labor law policies regarding unemployment and healthcare benefits. The experimental results demonstrate that the method designed to assist job seekers and users searching for legal labor documents is effective.
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ChatGPT dans le monde du droit. La cobotique juridique ~ Ouvrage ~ Alain Bensoussan. Larcier Intersentia / Bruylant

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Les intelligences artificielles génératives telles que ChatGPT constituent une révolution pour les professionnels du monde du droit. La puissance de cette technologie et sa facilité d’utilisation sont les bases de cette profonde transformation des activités juridiques.

Si ChatGPT a un potentiel considérable pour transformer la pratique et les métiers du droit, une compréhension approfondie de son fonctionnement est essentielle pour en tirer pleinement parti.Il importe d’en connaître les aspects techniques, depuis sa définition, jusqu’à son fonctionnement basé sur des architectures neuronales complexes et des modèles d’apprentissage profond, les données utilisées, mais également les domaines spécifiques d’application tels que la recherche juridique, la rédaction de contrats, d’actes juridiques et judiciaires, de consultations et l’analyse de textes ou de la jurisprudence.

 

Comment composer et collaborer avec ChatGPT, depuis l’ouverture d’un compte jusqu’à l’utilisation de ses fonctionnalités les plus avancées ? Comment minimiser les défauts, les erreurs ou les hallucinations afin de maximiser le travail automatisé, c’est-à-dire la cobotique juridique ?

Quels sont les usages complémentaires qu’un professionnel du droit peut attendre au quotidien d’un assistant virtuel tel que ChatGPT ?

De l’élaboration de scénarios juridiques à des fins stratégiques, aux analyses de tendances techniques en passant par la réalisation d’audits juridiques, l’utilisation de ChatGPT complète l’expertise humaine et permet de maximiser la qualité et la productivité des réalisations.

Bienvenue dans le droit assisté par l’intelligence artificielle.

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Studying Judicial Behavior with Text Analysis by Bao Kham Chau, Michael A. Livermore :: SSRN

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This chapter provides an overview of computational text analysis techniques used to study judicial behavior and decision-making. As legal texts become increasin
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Les dames de l'algorithme

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L'histoire d'un groupe "d'annotatrices" qui entraînent un programme d'IA sur un programme d'anonymisation automatique des décisions de justice qui doivent maintenant être accessibles à tous.
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Consultation Paper on Artificial Intelligence and Civil Liability by British Columbia Law Institute :: SSRN

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Artificial intelligence is pervasive in today’s world. Decisions, predictions and recommendations made by artificial intelligence affect individual lives to an
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Beyond Measure: Implicating Law Reviews and Author Rankings in Low Impact Factors in Legal Scholarship by Valeri Craigle :: SSRN

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The production of legal scholarship, a critical component of any legal scholar’s professional portfolio, involves long hours of research, writing, and collabora
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