From: Dave Long (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jul 28 2000 - 00:04:13 PDT
> These are the sorts of questions that human judges are normally
> expected to answer, based on evidence from the scene, says Feu
> Rosa, and they only need yes or no answers. "If we are concerned
> with nothing more than pure logic, then why not give the task to
> a computer?"
If we are concerned with nothing more than pure logic, then why
not give the task to humans? After all, if they only need yes or
no answers, and not diffy-q solutions, a computer is overkill.
A printed flowchart ought to do the trick, and using one has the
benefit that everyone involved in the case will understand the
process used to arrive at the verdict.
Legal morass and software bloat are bad enough alone; think of
the potential chaos from combination.
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