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  1. Ford, Martin. The Lights in the Tunnel: Automation, Accelerating Technology and the Economy of the Future. Acculant Publishing, 2009. Print.
  2. Sartor, Giovanni, L. Karl Branting, eds. Judicial Applications of Artificial Intelligence. Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2010. Print.

Works in a Collection

  1. Barnden, John A. and Donald M. Peterson. "Artificial Intelligence, Mindreading, and Reasoning in Law." The Dynamics of Judicial Proof: Computation, Logic, and Common Sense. Eds. MacCrimmon, Marilyn and Peter Tillers. New York: Physica-Verlag, 2002. 21-42. Print.

Journal Articles

  1. Copen, Jessica. "Courts of the Future." ABA Journal June 1991: 74-78. Print.
  2. Engle, Eric Allen. "An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Legal Reasoning: Using Xtalk to Model the Alien Tort Claims Act and Torture Victim Protection Act." Richmond Journal of Law and Technology 11 (2004): 2-36. Print.
  3. Larson, David Allen. "Artificial Intelligence: Robots, Avatars, and the Demise of the Human Mediator." Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 25 (2010): 105-63. Print.
  4. Larson, David Allen. "“Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?” Technology Can Reduce Dispute Resolution Costs When Times Are Tough and Improve Outcomes." Nevada Law Journal 11 (2011): 523-59. Print.
  5. Nissan, Ephraim. "Legal Evidence, Police Intelligence, Crime Analysis or Detection, Forensic Testing, and Argumentation: An Overview of Computer Tools or Techniques." International Journal of Law and Information Technology 17 (2009): 1-82. Print.
  6. Ribble-Smith, Brian, and Arthur W. Hafner. "The Effect of the Information Age on Physicians' Professional Liability." DePaul Law Review 36 (1986): 69-94. Print.
  7. Waterman, K. Krasnow, and Matthew T. Henshon. "What's Next for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics?" SciTech Lawyer Summer 2008: 20-21. Print.

Conference Proceedings

Web Sources

  1. Hwang, Tim. Robot Robot & Hwang. Web. 14 Feb. 2012. < >.

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