Jurisprudence, Judicial Decision-Making, Decision-making (Cybernetic Approach)
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Speculates concerning judicial decision-making to test, at least theoretically, what some of the implications of jurisprudential advances might be. Proposes as the means of making this test a consideration of whether a computer may be so programmed as to replace the judicial function of judges.
D'Amato, Anthony, "Can/Should Computers Replace Judges?" (1977). Faculty Working Papers. Paper 129.