By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft In a society where self-driving cars are actually in progress and movies like Her are not completely unthinkable, it’s easy to feel fearful when we speak of automation and artificial intelligence (AI). Although we don’t realize it, both AI and automation are already a part of many people’s daily lives. … Continue reading Is Automation in Government Programming Fear in People?
By: Katie Pusz, Copywriter, ImageSoft Have you heard of the “silver tsunami”? No, you didn’t miss a weather alert - we’re not talking about a physically destructive storm. But, just as threatening, there is a metaphorical mess that’s brewing across the nation as a flood of state and local government personnel begin to retire. While … Continue reading Silver Tsunamis are Coming, and the Times? They’re a Changin’!
Jeff is currently on vacation and the eFiling series will resume upon his return with part 2 – Electronic Court Filing Standards. Reading U.S. supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts's 2014 Year-End Report on the Federal Judiciary I am reminded of an episode from my parenting years involving my youngest daughter. Trying to get her … Continue reading In Praise of Tortoises
You know the monkeys are winning when even the dinosaurs start betting on and rooting for them. An interesting debate between those involved in the medical field and those involved in the legal field is over who is more technologically change-averse -- doctors or judges? It's one of those neck-and-neck races in which it's difficult … Continue reading The Fact Is, It’s a Better Record
For those who do not know of Ray Kurzweil, I can only encourage you in the strongest possible terms to look up information about him. A good starting point is his (extremely understated) career summary. Far more extensive and interesting is the entry in Wikipedia.[ii] With no room in this blog to go into any … Continue reading Who’s Got the Kurzweil?