The field of artificial intelligence and law is remarkably diverse not just because it encompasses many areas of academic study but also because it attracts the interest of both the research and commercial worlds. While much of the research is no doubt too exploratory and tentative to be of direct relevance to practising lawyers, in other projects there is but a short step from the research laboratory to the marketplace.
Given that most readers of this journal tend to be involved with, or interested in, research findings in the field, it might well be asked to what extent there should also be coverage here of commercial projects in artificial intelligence and law.
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Susskind, R. The importance of commercial case studies in artificial intelligence and law. Artif Intell Law 2, 65–67 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00871748
- Artificial Intelligence
- Research Laboratory
- Research Finding
- Computational Linguistic
- Direct Relevance