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Big Data and Legal Linguistics

Big Data and Legal Linguistics Jason Rosewell

Legal scholars are debating if big data has a place in language usage databases, reports Slate. 

The precision and promise of a data-driven society has stumbled these past years, serving up some disturbing—even damning—results: facial recognition software that can’t recognize Black faces, human resource software that rejects women’s job applications, talking computers that spit racist vitriol.

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