Is the current legal system broken or in need of repair? Instead of an endless number of motions, costly discovery, and randomly-selected jurors, why don’t we try a different method of resolving legal disputes, one based on the Turing Test in computer science? That is, why not place the parties to a legal dispute in different rooms and allow an interrogator (or an intelligent machine) to pose a fixed number of questions directly to the parties themselves? We will identify the similarities between the Turing Test and adjudication and expand on our idea for Turing Trials in a future post …
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