Document Type

Journal Article

Publication Title

Information & Communications Technology Law

Publisher

Routledge

School

School of Business and Law

RAS ID

28087

Comments

This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Taylor & Francis as: Goltz, N. S., Cameron-Huff, A., & Dondoli, G. (2019). Rethinking Global-Regulation: world’s law meets artificial intelligence. Information & Communications Technology Law, 28(1) 1-10. Original article available here

Abstract

This article takes a critical look at Machine Translation of legal text, especially global legislation, through the discussion of Global-Regulation, a state of the art online search engine of the world’s legislation in English. Part 2 explains the rationale for an online platform such as Global-Regulation. Part 3 provides a brief account of the history of the development of machine translation, and it describes some of the limits of the use of statistical machine translation for translating legal texts. Part 4 describes Neural Machine Translation (NMT), which is a new generation of machine translation systems. Finally, Parts 5 and 6 outline the ‘big sky’ thoughts on future directions for Global-Regulation.

DOI

10.1080/13600834.2019.1557400

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