Artificial Intelligence and Law
This journal seeks papers that address the development of formal or computational models of legal knowledge, reasoning, and decision making. It also includes in-depth studies of innovative artificial intelligence systems that are being used in the legal domain, and gives space to studies addressing the legal, ethical and social implications of the use of artificial intelligence in law. It welcomes interdisciplinary approaches including not only artificial intelligence and jurisprudence, but also logic, machine learning, cognitive psychology, linguistics, or philosophy.
In addition to original research contributions, this journal welcomes book reviews as well as research notes posing interesting and timely research challenges.
Proof beyond a context-relevant doubt. A structural analysis of the standard of proof in criminal adjudication
Kyriakos N. Kotsoglou (March 2019)
Douglas Walton (March 2019)
John Horty (March 2019)
- Journal Title
- Artificial Intelligence and Law
- Volume 1 / 1992 - Volume 27 / 2019
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- Springer Netherlands
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