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Why Less Suicide Prediction on Social Media Is More

In 2017, Facebook announced it was using artificial intelligence to predict suicide. Today, its artificial intelligence scans all types of user-generated content and assigns a suicide risk score to each piece of content. If the score is particularly high, Facebook … Continue reading

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Article on Less Trust Means More Trusts

Bridget J. Crawford recently published an Article entitled, Less Trust Means More Trusts, Tax Law: Tax Law & Policy eJournal (2019). Provided below is an abstract of the Article. The word “trust” has multiple meanings. In everyday speech, it refers… … Continue reading

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Consumers Should Not Be Penalized From Buying Less Power From Their Utility

An important bill just cleared its first major hurdle to becoming law in the State of California.  The Solar Bill of Rights (SB 288), a bipartisan bill co-authored by State Senators Weiner (D) and Nielsen (R), was the brainchild of … Continue reading

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348. Less is more, more, more

Courtesy of the always-worthwhile New York Supreme Court Criminal Term Library – I keep thinking there must be a clever pun in there somewhere; I mean, its the name of a blog, isnt it? – heres an NPR story about … Continue reading

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Consumers Slightly Less Optimistic about Personal Finances and the Economy

  On February 11, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Center for Microeconomic Data released the January 2019 Survey of Consumer Expectations, which shows that while short- and medium- term inflation expectations were unchanged, households were generally less optimistic … Continue reading

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