Application on Argumentation – new blog post on Legalaiblog.com
Blog Posts Published 13 August 2018
“Arguments, those are found in judicial decisions and case files can often be rather complex so that understanding the link of relationships becomes difficult. There is a strong potential for computers to provide a means of addressing this problem, and the development of argument structuring systems might help”. The article about AI and law was written and contributed by Sadia Sharmin, founder of CloudOnex, read it here.
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