Being a hype word, AI has many definitions & expectations. The following description is refreshing in the midst of a hype! So what is artificial intelligence? The truth is, it’s not a science in the common sense of the word. Rather, it’s an aspirational concept that doesn’t quite fit today’s realities. Modern artificial intelligence is … Continue reading What is artificial intelligence?
Virtual Intelligence | VQ Knowledge and Strategy Forum 2012Welcome to the future of legal service on 14 November 2012 in Stockholm This year VQ and Regi combine their annual events VQ Knowledge an...Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google Share on LinkedinShare by emailVqab0 likes · 0 comments#VQForum trending on Twitter .....Amazing! #VQForum top trending Twitter hash … Continue reading VQ Knowledge and Strategy Forum 2012
1988 Bill Moyers' interview with Isaac Asimov, rather beautiful thoughts on learning and education. HT @brainpicker
Two questions are of importance when discussing legal information retrieval: Where legal sources meet technology and their users and When legal sources meet technology and their users In my opinion, the triad of these building blocks - legal theory, technology and users - has to be taken into consideration when one asks how legal information … Continue reading Where legal sources meet technology and their users
This post was originally written in preparation for a conference by the Trust for Legal Information (Stiftelsen för rättsinformation) on ‘Law as a Service’. Being inspired by last year’s VQ Forum, and an blog post titled ‘I Am Now an App™ by Jason Wilson, I would like to share some ideas and thoughts. When we … Continue reading Law as an app
In the course of writing my doctoral thesis, I come across various quotes from various decades that I find interesting and of great value to the research community. Due to the vast amount of research articles, some of them might have been forgotten or at least not remembered. In an attempt to revisit some of these … Continue reading Quote of the month: The chaos in law
The network of networks has come a long way since its beginnings. Last week, the Economist wrote about "A virtual counter-revolution". From being a "great unifier of people, companies and online networks", the Internet is now developing in a slightly different direction: Fifteen years after its first manifestation as a global, unifying network, it has entered … Continue reading The future of the Internet – should it be stopped?
Hello world! This blog is supposed to facilitate my research on legal information retrieval. As I subscribe to several RSS feeds on search and legal information, I thought I could start commenting these articles as well and give you updates on news within the field. Hope to see you around!