Ludwig Bull & Rebecca Agliolo
Ludwig: I am interested in developing AI architectures to help professionals and ordinary people solve legal problems. I am involved in various legal technology companies and projects, notably in legal analytics, legal automation and legal education. More broadly, I am interested in representing language mathematically. I was born in Germany and raised in various places abroad. I like learning from others.
Rebecca: Rebecca believes in leveraging artificial intelligence to solve both access to justice and legal bottlenecks, and is particularly interested in scoping use cases for legal technology. She has spoken about legal technology and legal education in over three continents, has worked in legal and human rights organisations in over 6 countries, and is currently involved in a governmental campaign focussing on “digital justice”.
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