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In Zusammenarbeit mit dem bidt veranstaltet die Fakultät für Informatik der Technischen Universität München eine öffentliche Ringvorlesung zum Thema Digitalisierung. Betrachtet werden soll das Thema aus der Perspektive unterschiedlicher Disziplinen, um so ein übergreifendes und interdisziplinäres Verständnis der Materie zu erzielen.


Öffentliche Ringvorlesung Sommer 2021

Prof. Dr. Matthias Grabmair (TUM)

Search, Read, Argue, and Predict: An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Law

14. Juni 2021, 16:15-17:45 Uhr
via Zoom


The field of Artificial Intelligence and Law studies how legal argumentation can be formalized in order, eventually, to be able to develop systems that assist lawyers in the tasks of researching, drafting and evaluating arguments in a professional setting. To further this goal, researchers have been developing systems, which, to a limited extent, autonomously engage in legal reasoning, and argumentation on closed domains. However, populating such systems with formalized domain knowledge is the main bottleneck preventing them from making real contributions to legal practice. Given the recent advances in natural language processing, the field has begun to apply more sophisticated methods to legal document analysis and to tackle more complex tasks. Meanwhile, the LegalTech community is thriving and companies/startups have also been trying to tap into the legal industry’s need to make large-scale document analysis tasks more efficient, and to use predictive analytics for better decision making. This talk will present an overview of the history and state of the art in academic AI&Law, as well as selected examples of developments in the private sector. Aspects in focus are rule- and case-based reasoning, legal text analytics, and the use of predictive models.


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