gwilson

About gwilson

Reference (including Circulation/Access Services) Librarian, Robert Crown Law Library Stanford Law School - providing legal and other reference/research services and circulation/access services (since 2005); Lecturer in Law (2007-2010), teaching legal research and writing, advanced legal research, and foreign and international legal research.


Posts by gwilson

Some Follow-Up on Artificial Intelligence (AI)...

by on February 3, 2018 2:18 pm
Following up a bit on an earlier post, here, please see: KM, AI & Client Engagement: The Changing Role of Law Firm Librarians, Part 1 & KM, AI & Client Engagement: The Changing Role of Law Firm Librarians, Part 2 & https://www.bespacific.com/chief-data-officers-guide-to-an-ai-strategy/ & http://legalexecutiveinstitute.com/ask-dr-paola-artificial-intelligence-january/

Yet Another Follow-Up Relating to POTUS 45 (i.e., Regarding the "Nunes Memo")

by on February 2, 2018 3:45 pm
Please see here for the declassified U.S. House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) Majority Staff memorandum (also known as the “Nunes Memo” after Representative Devin G. Nunes, R-CA, actually drafted for Nunes by Kashyap Patel, a congressional staffer and former U.S. Department of Justice national security lawyer [and he is listed in… Read more Yet Another Follow-Up Relating to POTUS 45 (i.e., Regarding the "Nunes Memo")

New Thomson-Reuters White Paper: "Demystifying Artificial Intelligence (AI)"

by on February 1, 2018 4:11 pm
Please see here or here. The stated “7 Lessons for Implementing AI in the Legal Space:” Data first. Software second. (Don’t set out to “do AI.” It’s better to start with the problems you are trying to solve, identify the data sets where the answers might be, and then determine whether AI technologies might have… Read more New Thomson-Reuters White Paper: "Demystifying Artificial Intelligence (AI)"