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Daniel Hoadley
Everything will be alright. Head of Research & Design . I run the Research Lab. Interested in making case law easier to access and understand.
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Daniel Hoadley 6h
Replying to @Charlwolfberg @lawbore
Mindmaps are definitely personal — they work best for their creator. But your approach and execution is interesting and echoes work being done by people heavily invested
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Daniel Hoadley 6h
Replying to @Charlwolfberg
You need to put this somewhere others can see it. Start a little blog or online portfolio? This is seriously good work.
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Daniel Hoadley 6h
Awesome to the power of 100
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Daniel Hoadley 6h
Art Museum in Bath? Top-left corner
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Daniel Hoadley 6h
Well said!
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Daniel Hoadley 7h
I think this would make sense as a joint venture between and
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Daniel Hoadley 9h
Replying to @DanHLawReporter
London, not sure when yet
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Daniel Hoadley 9h
To be honest, the level of interest here has surpassed my expectations by quite a wide margin, so I think I’m going to have to team up with others to pull this off!
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Daniel Hoadley 9h
Very encouraged by the level of interest in this.
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Daniel Hoadley Apr 20
Replying to @reddite
Or go full librarian?
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Daniel Hoadley Apr 20
Replying to @DanHLawReporter
SECOND TRIGGER WARNING -> use of the term will result in a forfeit. Mention of will require a clear, coherent and compelling justification.
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Daniel Hoadley Apr 20
TRIGGER WARNING -> you’re going to be invited to think along lines that at first blush would appear completely antithetical to user-centric design. If you fancy yourself as a legal innovator, this is an opportunity to go a bit off-piste.
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Nick Craver Apr 19
Open Source isn't free; it's paid for by the maintainers.
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Daniel Hoadley Apr 20
Replying to @NLTK_org @spacy_io
I’d also say that any legally-minded folk who dabble in in Python with should really give a proper look. It’s actually much easier to get going with, particularly when you want to start customising bits and pieces.
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Daniel Hoadley Apr 20
I’ve been using pretty solidly for about a year. I learned so much from this excellent course. If you have any interest in finding out more about what Natural Language Processing actually is (sans robots and hype), make a cup of tea and just give these exercises a try.
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Daniel Hoadley Apr 20
The Maple Road farmers market in never fails to send me into a state of middle-class bliss.
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Daniel Hoadley Apr 19
Wishing my other half a very happy birthday! 🎁 🥂 🍾 🇨🇦 ❤️
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Daniel Hoadley Apr 18
And on this, hats off to , who did insanely important work on the UK statute book
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Daniel Hoadley Apr 18
Replying to @DanHLawReporter
And the people thinking about stuff like that, whether you’re in the UK, Canada, the US or Down Under, they’re the ones to watch. The information is king.
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Daniel Hoadley Apr 18
Replying to @DanHLawReporter
Against all the hype, the prophets of new models of legal practice and whatever else, there is a small core of troopers that can’t stop thinking about the information itself. Graphing concepts, building sentence vectors, thinking about markup standards.
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