The growing use of artificial intelligence (‘AI’) coupled with the rise of open data of courts’ decisions provide us with the tools to analyse and predict judicial outcomes . Legal techs — startups developing a range of dematerialised legal services — are taking over the market of legal prediction. Legal prediction is the analysis of...
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