Machine Learning and Law Talk @ Stanford Law School (October 9)

Please join me on October 9, 2014 at Stanford Law School for a talk entitled “Machine Learning Within Law”.

As the name suggests, this talk will be focused on current and future applications involving machine-learning automation in the practice of law.

The paper upon which the talk is based “Machine Learning and Law” (2014 Univ. Wash. Law Review) can be downloaded here.

More details about the talk can be found here on Stanford’s website.

Harry Surden

Harry Surden is an Professor of Law at the University of Colorado Law School and affiliated faculty at the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics (CodeX). His scholarship centers upon artificial intelligence and law, patents and copyright, information privacy law, legal informatics and legal automation, and the application of computer technology within the legal system. He is a former professional software engineer.

His Twitter is : @Harry Surden

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