West Point Taps Artificial Intelligence to Help Cadets Negotiate

Rob Verger
A company that sells software that analyzes the human voice and touts the virtues of empathy, rapport...
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Bexar County by the Numbers: Recent Bexar County District Court Statistics

Don Philbin, Donald R. Philbin, Jr., P.C.
In any gathering of lawyers, the discussion inevitably turns to what’s happening at the courthouse....
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Artificial Intelligence Swarms Silicon Valley on Wings and Wheels

John Markoff, The New York Times
For more than a decade, Silicon Valley’s technology investors and entrepreneurs obsessed over social...
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Mediation 4.0: Using Technology and Neuroscience to Improve Outcomes

Texas Bar CLE
Watch in the comfort of your own home or office! If you cannot watch the entire webcast at its scheduled...
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42 Essential iPad Apps for Trial Lawyers

Robert Ambrogi, Bullseye - A Legal Blog on Expert Topics
Settlement Apps Picture It Settled (free). Most cases never make it to trial, of course. If you are trying...
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The Simple Economics of Machine Intelligence
Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Gans, and Avi Goldfarb, Harvard Business Review
The year 1995 was heralded as the beginning of the “New Economy.” Digital communication was set to upend markets and change...

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New US Patent Lawsuits Set to Drop Dramatically in 2016 According to Lex Machina
Richard Lloyd, IAM
It has been clear for most of 2016 that the number of new patent litigation cases was going to be down this year in the US. But it is now becoming...

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Tort Tactics: An Empirical Study of Personal Injury Litigation Strategies
Richard Lewis, Journal of Legal Studies
This paper reveals some of the tactics that lawyers may use when conducting personal injury litigation. The research is empirically...

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Ravel Law Launches Court Analytics for Federal and State Courts
Robert Ambrogi, LawSites
To use Court Analytics, you begin by selecting a court. Thank’s to Ravel’s digitization partnership with Harvard Law School, its case law collection includes all federal and state courts.  (Go here for a full description of Ravel’s court and date coverage.) Once you select a court, you come to a page showing its opinions arranged by how many times they’ve been cited. In the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, for example, the most-cited case is U.S. v. Zannino, 895 F.2d 1 (1990), which...

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