CALL for Innovation

S1E4 - how legal domain is fundamental to advancement of AI - and how librarians are fundamental to that effort

July 08, 2019 Season 1 Episode 4
CALL for Innovation
S1E4 - how legal domain is fundamental to advancement of AI - and how librarians are fundamental to that effort
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CALL for Innovation
S1E4 - how legal domain is fundamental to advancement of AI - and how librarians are fundamental to that effort
Jul 08, 2019 Season 1 Episode 4
Dr. Randy Goebel
why law? How is AI applied to law and what can AI scientists learn from law
Show Notes

Randy Goebel, PhD - Fellow with the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute and Professor of Computer Science with the University of Alberta.

Highlights:

  • why law? How is AI applied to law and what can AI scientists learn from law
  • Using AI to "pass" the Japanese Bar exam and the annual Competition on Legal Information Extraction and Entailment  (COLIEE)
  • cross-disciplinary studies, working with industry
  • Machine Learning  - a necessary but insufficient means of tackling complex problems in law
  • Importance of domain expertise and the essential role of the librarian as metadata expert and curator

Video of this interview is available on YouTube.



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