publication . Other literature type . 2003

Artificial intelligence and distance learning philosophy in support of PfP mandate

Antoliš, Krunoslav;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2003 Journal: Croatian International Relations Review, volume 9, issue 30/31 (issn: 1331-1182, eissn: 1848-5782, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Institute for Development and International Relations
Computers have long been utilised in the legal environment. The main use of computers however, has merely been to automate office tasks. More exciting is the prospect of using artificial intelligence (AI) technology to create computers that can emulate the substantive legal jobs performed by lawyers, to create computers that can autonomously reason with the law to determine legal solutions, for example: structuring and support of Partnership for Peace (PfP) mandate. Such attempts have not been successful jet. Modelling the law and emulating the processes of legal reasoning have proved to be more complex and subtle than originally envisaged. The adoption by AI re...
ACM Computing Classification System: ComputingMilieux_LEGALASPECTSOFCOMPUTING
free text keywords: information technology; artificial intelligence; distance learning; Partnership for Peace; PfP; decision making
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