I’ve uploaded the slides for my talk today at the University of Houston Computational Law Conference. The purpose of the talk, in my own words, is:
… [to] present the set of frames through which I view the relationship between law and computation: "law as computation," "computation on law," and "law and computation." By distinguishing these frames and understanding their context, I hope to increase clarity in our discussions, summarize current research, and suggest future avenues for both academic and commerical effort. This talk will include a number of original examples that highlight current possibilities at the forefront of law and computation.