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Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence and the Law: a judicial review
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: There are certain conventions to be followed by any UK Supreme Court justice. Indeed, any senior judge in any jurisdiction might find them handy. The more potentially controversial your content, the more
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BigHand Acquires PayneGroup, Founder Donna Payne to Step Aside
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: BigHand, a company that started with a focus on digital dictation and voice productivity and has expanded to a range of products for the legal sector, has acquired PayneGroup, a company that develops productivity software and provides
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How To Get New Clients And Grow Your Law Firm: A Look At The 2019 CLIO Legal Trends Report [Sponsored]
Author SARAH MILLS – Lawline/Above the Law: Looking for more tips on growing your practice? Check out some of Lawline’s great Law Practice Management CLE programs.
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BigHand boosts template management and metadata management offerings by acquiring PayneGroup
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: BigHand announces the acquisition of PayneGroup, to further strengthen its template management and metadata management offering in North America.
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IoT is Watching, Always Watching: Data Privacy and the Internet of Things
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology By now, most people have heard the term Internet of Things, or IoT, and even more have used IoT devices, whether they’re aware of it or not. But what exactly is
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“Don’t You Be My Neighbor.” Jersey City Votes against AirBnB
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Short term rental laws are no new concept, however apps such as Airbnb have presented recent and numerous questions for lawmakers and citizens alike. Should the government regulate an individual’s right
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Building Ethical AI for Talent Management
Author Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic/HBR.org: Poorly designed algorithms will exacerbate hiring bias, not fix it.
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Harnessing Collective Knowledge: An Interview with Schulte Roth’s KM Special Counsel Patrick Dundas (Part 1)
Author David Curle/Legal Executive Institute: We spoke to Patrick Dundas, the knowledge management special counsel at Schulte Roth & Zabel, about how he built & established his role within the firm. The post Harnessing Collective Knowledge: An Interview with Schulte
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If you read one thing on algorithmic justice, read this from the University of Montreal
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Let me begin with an admission which is also an implied tribute. The issues arising from the use of algorithms in government decision-making had passed me by until a Legal Services Corporation
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For Contract Management Companies, Patenting AI Can Be ‘Double-Edged Sword’
Author /Corporate Counsel: Companies in the contract space can be hesitant to file AI patents because it may be a time-consuming process that provides limited benefit. But there are certain upsides to protecting innovation.        
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4 Ways to Address Gender Bias in AI
Author Josh Feast/HBR.org: To start, machine learning teams must quantify fairness.
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Kane Kessler Accelerates Cloud Strategy with NetDocuments
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: NetDocuments, the leading secure cloud-based content services platform for law firms, corporate legal teams and compliance departments, announced that Kane Kessler, a New York City law firm, has
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