Recent developments in computable contracts have resulted in their increasing popularity and utility. This article explores the expression of contracts in code, outlining the possible implications of drafting in algorithmic form.
by Megan Ma, Dmitriy Podkopaev, Avalon Campbell-Cousins, and Adam Nicholas
Published: Nov 20, 2020
The possibility of completing high fidelity machine translations is one that has captured the attention of linguists, mathematicians, and others throughout history. This project explores this possibility in the context of law through a combination of law, data science, and UI/UX.
The Linguistic Etch a Sketch is a recurring column from Megan Ma that focuses on the translations between law expressed through written prose and law expressed through code, examining what is gained and what is lost in each.