Angela Condello

Non-Data and Data. Remarks Made about a Difference between Legal Experience and Artificial Intelligence

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The text develops some remarks starting from the juxtaposition between legal science and artificial intelligence, in particular by focusing on the logics on which these two paradigms are based. The remarks stem from some basic aspects of the law, on the one hand, and, on the other hand, of contemporary artificial intelligence. The perspective adopted considers in particular the origins of contemporary artificial intelligence, and problematizes some of the main purposes of Turing’s project of constructing a universal machine. From the point of view of the law, the text adopts the perspective of the so-called tradition of «legal experience», which allows to develop some interesting remarks about the present use of algorithms in legal science.


  • Algorithm
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Legal Experience
  • Legal Science
  • Data


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