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Artificial Legal Intelligence

October 15, 2010


“Lawyers and coders are good at the same thing: parsing language. That they haven’t collaborated more is a historical fuckup. Let’s fix it.”  This is a tweet I sent out a little while ago, and in response a bunch of people asked me to elaborate.  Well, if we define Artificial Intelligence as enabling computers to […]


June 29, 2010


I’ve recently heard a prominent venture capitalist say that what’s missing in NY’s start-up scene are “grand approaches”.  Something revolutionary. I think Hunch is an example of people trying something ambitious.  @cdixon, one of its founders, explains that Hunch is trying to tap connections among people based on their personalities and personal preferences, instead of […]