Tag: decisions

Caselaw Access Project: Structured data of over 6 million U.S. court decisions

Caselaw Access Project: Structured data of over 6 million U.S. court decisions

Case.law seems like a very interesting data source for a machine learning or text mining project: The Caselaw Access Project (“CAP”) expands public access to U.S. law. Our goal is to make all published U.S. court decisions freely available to the public online, in a consistent format, digitized from the collection of the Harvard Law … Continue reading Caselaw Access Project: Structured data of over 6 million U.S. court decisions

Artificial Stupidity – by Vincent Warmerdam @PyData 2019 London

Artificial Stupidity – by Vincent Warmerdam @PyData 2019 London

PyData is famous for it's great talks on machine learning topics. This 2019 London edition, Vincent Warmerdam again managed to give a super inspiring presentation. This year he covers what he dubs Artificial Stupidity™. You should definitely watch the talk, which includes some great visual aids, but here are my main takeaways: Vincent speaks of … Continue reading Artificial Stupidity – by Vincent Warmerdam @PyData 2019 London