Another Rules as Code example from ICAIL 2019
A short while ago I wrote a post about how you can use AustLII’s DataLex to take legislation and turn it into code.
This week I’m attending the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law (ICAIL 2019) at the University of Montreal Cyberjustice Lab. As I type, I’m in a tutorial session discussing a new open-source tool for Rules as Code, called NAI.
Encoding The Law
I decided to re-implement the same code from the previous post in order to see the differences. As you might…