Your Weekly Lawtomatic Digest
The Appetizer: Sponsors
The Main Course: 5 Things That Made Me Think This Week
Using Machine Learning to Predict Outcomes in Ch. 13 Bankruptcy Cases: I'm intrigued by Warren Agin's article - as well as this general approach to analyzing problems.
Global Legal Hackathon is Returning: one of the highlights on the 2018 legal tech calendar, it'll be coming back February 22-24, 2019, writes Artificial Lawyer blog.
Changing Times: Zena Applebaum summarizes lessons learned from a busy few weeks speaking at legal tech conferences.
AI, Work, and Outcome-Thinking: Richard Susskind's thought-provoking write-up is worth consideration.
Adam Ziegler of the Harvard Library Innovation Lab: a terrific podcast interview on LawNext with the leader of several of the most interesting projects going. I had the pleasure to share a podium with Adam when we co-taught a course together, and I think I learned as much as any student.
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Japanese illustrated guide to the American Revolution, published 1861: this book includes fantastic illustrations, and some creative re-telling of events. My favorite page purports to show George Washington sword fighting an English bureaucrat named "Asura" to save his wife "Kareru." The complete book is here.
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