Kevin D. Ashley
Selected Recent Talks
- “Toward Modeling and
Teaching Legal Case-based Adaptation with Expert Examples,”
Kevin Ashley, ICCBR, 2009.
Requirements for Analogical, Teleological, and Hypothetical Legal
Reasoning,” Kevin Ashley, ICAIL, 2009.
Modeling Analogical, Teleological, and Hypothetical Legal Reasoning in a
Case Microworld,” Kevin Ashley, ICAIL
2009, Case Modeling Workshop.
AI & Law Approaches to Automating Analysis and Retrieval of
Electronically Stored Information in Discovery Proceedings,”
Kevin Ashley and Will Bridewell, ICAIL, 2009, DESI III Workshop.
Assessing Law Students’ Argument Diagrams,” Collin Lynch,
Kevin Ashley, Niels Pinkwart, Vincent Aleven. ICAIL 2009.
- “What a Legal CBR
Ontology Should Provide,” Kevin Ashley, FLAIRS, 2009.
- “Designing Intelligent
Tutoring Systems for Ill-Defined Domains,” Kevin Ashley, FLAIRS,
Hypothesis-testing to Legal Texts,” Kevin Ashley, Invited Talk, University of Pittsburgh School of
Medicine Department of Biomedical Informatics Natural Language Processing
Group. April 8, 2009.
Thinking for Lawyers”, Kevin Ashley, Panel Presentation,
Computational Thinking for Everyone: A Workshop Series, Keck Center,
National Academies, Washington, D.C., February,
Argumentation with Computers: One step back, two steps forward? ”, Kevin Ashley, Invited Talk, Jurix 2008. ITTIG-CNR, EUI, Florence, Italy
- “A Process Model of Legal Argument with Hypotheticals”, Kevin Ashley, Collin Lynch, Niels
Pinkwart, and Vincent Aleven,
Jurix 2008. ITTIG-CNR, EUI, Florence, Italy
Approach to Legal Ontologies: the Case-Based
Kevin Ashley, Jurix 2008 Workshop on Approaches
to Legal Ontologies. ITTIG-CNR, EUI, Florence, Italy December, 2008.
in Natural Language Engineering for Case-based Legal Argument Instruction”, Kevin Ashley, Jurix 2008 Workshop on Approaches to Legal Ontologies. ITTIG-CNR, EUI, Florence, Italy
- “LARGO, an ITS for Teaching Argumentation with Hypotheticals”,
Kevin Ashley, Stage Setting Talk, SubTech 2008 Williamsburg. July
- “Twists and Turns in
Teaching Argumentation with Computers”, Kevin Ashley, Invited
talk, AAAI08 Workshop on What Went Wrong and Why:
Lessons from AI Research and Applications. Chicago. July 13, 2008.
- “Some Thoughts on Using Computers to Teach
Argumentation”, Kevin Ashley, Invited talk to the Special Track on
Intelligent Tutoring Systems, The 21st
International FLAIRS Conference. May 15-19, 2008. (Abstract, Talk)
- Comment on
Lowrance and Josephson Papers, Kevin Ashley,
Graphic and Visual Representations of Evidence and Inference in Legal
Settings Conference, Cardozo School
of Law, January
Case Analysis through Framing: Prospects for an ITS in an ill-defined domain,
Ilya Goldin, Kevin Ashley, Rosa Pinkus, ITS-2006 Workshop on Ill-Defined
- An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Law,
Kevin Ashley & Tom Gordon,
Formation and Testing in Legal Argument. Congreso
International de Inteligencia Artificial y Derecho, UNAM, Mexico
Case-Based Models of Legal Reasoning Fit in a Civil Law Context?
Int’l Congress of Comparative Cultures and Legal Systems ’04,
UNAM, Mexico City,
- Hypothesis formation
and testing in an interpretive domain, shorter version, Intelligent
Systems Program Forum. December 2, 2005.
formation and testing in an interpretive domain, Invited talk to the
Cognitive Area Talk, University
of Pittsburgh Cognitive Program.
November 9, 2005.
the Gap Between Abstract Rules and Specific
Facts: A Case-Based Approach, Invited Talk at the National Society of
Professional Engineers Board of Ethical Review Annual Meeting. October,
- Progress in
Text-Based Case-Based Reasoning, Invited Talk at the Third
International Conference on Case-Based Reasoning. Seeon, Germany. July, 1999.
- Bibliography for
- Progress in Textual Case-Based Reasoning, Invited
Talk in the Naval Research Laboratory NCARAI 1999 Seminar Series, Washington, D.C.
- Bibliography for above talk.
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