A forthcoming special issue of the Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Law will be a long multi-author paper that celebrates 25 years of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and the Law.
A History of AI and Law in 50 Papers: 25 years of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and the Law
Bench-Capon et al.
Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Law
Each of the authors who contributed to the special issue wrote about a paper from the conference from this 25 year period.
For this special issue, I wrote three sections:
Logic programming for large scale applications in law: A formalisation of supplementary benefit legislation,
by Trevor Bench-Capon, George Robinson, Tom Routen, and Marek Sergot
The long paper itself serves as an excellent overview of the field these many years.
Shortlink to this page.
By Adam Wyner
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