Digital commons

digital Commons

Common (goods) are resources that are produced and shared by communities that collectively organize themselves to ensure their openness, to make them grow for the benefit of all, and to administer them through shared governance. The Open Law Association proposes to provide the logistical / methodological infrastructure and to accompany the reflections around the emergence of a certain number of digital law commons, according to the needs expressed by its community.

Current Legal Commons

AI & Law : dataset for machine learning

AI & Law : dataset for machine learning

The potential of artificial intelligence and associated technologies for law is at the core of the concerns of the legal community.

However, applications are limited today, legaltech professionals lacking data specific to the French language and legal language to feed and advance their algorithms. This lack of learning data also makes it impossible to address the ethical dangers associated with the development of artificial intelligence tools.

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Ethical charter for an online law market and its actors

Developed within the framework of the Program 4 - Digital Economy of Law after more than a year of intense work and debates with about fifty actors and institutions, the "Ethical Charter for an online law market and its actors" today brings together nearly 100 legal actors (Legaltech, law firms, research and bailiffs, corporate lawyers, legal publishers ...) around common values ​​thought in the interest of the litigant. 

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