I was working on an s(CASP) encoding last week, and learned something that gave me a better intuition for how to encode things well.

I needed to encode what counted as a business, and there were two things. I needed to encode what counted as a business entity, and there were 7 things, each of which required a business, which meant there were 14 possibilities total. Then I needed to encode what counted as an executive appointment, and there were three. One of them required a business, which meant that branch had two options. One of them required a business…










Jason Morris

Lawyer, Round Table Law; 2018/2019 ABA Innovation Fellow; Sessional Instructor, University of Alberta; Computational Law (Symbolic AI) Researcher, CCLaw @ SMU

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