News about a free court tech webinar, more on CMS events and decisions, Margaret Hagan on Legal Services Bots, and a couple of security warnings.
Free “FedScoop” Tech Modernization in America’s Courts Webinar
For those of you who aren’t able to make the NACM annual conference this week, you might want to tune in (or get the recording later) to a one-hour webinar I am helping with on Thursday, July 14, 2016 from 1:00 PM (13:00) to 2:00 PM (14:00) Eastern Daylight Time USA talking about the latest court tech trends.
Peter Chin, Chief of Application Development and Architecture from the US Courts, and Russ Colbert from Polycom will be the other presenters.
Click here to read more details and to register.
More on CMS Events and Decisions
John Matthias wrote that would like to share his full chapter that was discussed in the June 30, 2016 CTB post, Court Case Management Events and Decision Mapping. John’s full chapter in the book: “Decisions: Where Process Meet Capabilities in Court PCM Requirements” can be viewed and downloaded by clicking here.
“The Bots Are Coming to Legal Services”
Margaret Hagan blogs on legal service chat bots this week. She begins:
“Last week, it was great to see a short article making the rounds about a new chat-bot legal service coded and launched by a Stanford undergrad student, Joshua Browder. It’s DoNotPay, a bot that asks the user questions and figures out if they can get out of parking tickets or compensated for another ‘service gone wrong’.
The app is a conversational interface put on top of an expert system. The hype mainly seems to be around the term “robot lawyer” (note: if you want to get mainstream coverage about the legal services innovation, use the words “robot lawyer,” include the talking point that lawyers are going to be replaced with tech/robots, and the blogs/press will go crazy! This is one narrative they seem to feed on)."
Click here to read and see her always great graphics in her post.
We have been warned by are ace NCSC computer security staff of issues Symantec/Norton products and a new “ransomware” threat. See: