The 2018 NACM annual conference was jam-packed with great education, concentrating on mindful behaviors, access to justice, and technology. Here is a summary of what I found worthwhile to share.
Administrator's note: This is an updated version of an article previously published to Court Leader on April 10, 2018. Using artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze large data sets could greatly increase the effectiveness and usability of tools which can guide people through the resolution of legal disputes and assist them in making legal decisions. At … Continue reading Using Artificial Intelligence and Big Data to Develop Tools Used in Courts
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly being deployed around the world. How about the courts? The potential (and risks) are huge, and every court should be looking at using AI in the near future.
Social media have been used for many years now in the courts -- how is it working out? What are the things a court, judges, and staff should keep in mind to properly use social media?
In 2015 we asked court professionals from around the world to assess the probability that predictive technology would move courts to become preventive rather than reactive; courts would start preventing things from happening before they happened. A hallmark of America’s judicial system is that it is both independent and reactive. Citizens bring their disputes to … Continue reading The Risks and Rewards of Risk Assessments