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A.I. Judges: The Future of Justice Hangs in the Balance

Automation is creeping into the courtroom, and it’s going to change the way we think about the law

Illustration: Robert Beatty

InIn 1970, Lyudmila Terentyevna Aleksandrova lost her right hand. It happened at work, where she was employed by the Russian state. With her hand gone, she…




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Thomas McMullan

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