Monthly Archives: October 2016

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Oct 31, 2016

Artificial Intelligence Capable of Nearly 80% Accuracy Predicting Outcomes of Legal Cases

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We’re always looking to stay atop of the latest news in all realms of the law and legal proceedings, which brought our attention recently to new technological developments. Technology as it pertains to artificial intelligence has come a long way in recent years. Self driving cars are right around the corner.  IBM’s Watson is able to help doctors diagnose diseases. And now, researchers in London have tested the ability of Artificial Intelligence to determine the outcome of legal complex proceedings. 

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Oct 31, 2016

Hillary vs. Trump: Will the Presidential Election have an Impact on Family Law?

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Presidential Election 2016 Trump vs. Clinton & Its Family Law Impact: As November 8th approaches, it seems like most Americans are eager for the Presidential election and its chaotic race and news cycle to be finished. We certainly don’t plan to interject political leanings or opinions into this discussion, but rather, we do think it’s important to quickly analyze whether or not the election and its result will have an impact on family law issues.

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