I blogged recently about the opportunity to use s(CASP) inside SWISH, the web-based development environment for SWI-Prolog.

Screenshot of a Google Colab notebook implementing OpenFisca code to calculate eligibility for a benefit

Today it is another web-based development environment for Rules as Code, OpenFisca inside Google Colab.

OpenFisca is probably the world’s most popular open source tool for Rules as Code. It is used extensively…

A screen capture of the front page of talk.RulesAsCode.com as of November 19, 2021

Rules as Code is a movement in public administration that suggests that the digitization of legislation, regulation, and other rules should happen as early in their life cycle as possible, so as to improve policy design, improve legislative drafting, and massively simplify service automation and building software systems compliant with…

Jason Morris

Rules as Code Director at Service Canada, CEO Lexpedite.ca. Previous: Lawyer; ABA Innovation Fellow; Sessional Instructor; Computational Law Researcher

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