...highlighted by Tom Simonite on MIT's Technology Review. "The loose collective running the...
... Recommind's was formed in 2000 from technology developed at MIT and the University of California, Berkeley. The name is derived from the...
...that Swartz's estate could release some of its discovery materials, including MIT and JSTOR email chains, as long as most of the names are...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
You may have heard the argument, or seen the poster, in software development organizations: Reuse the Code, Do Not Re-invent the Wheel. Using off-the-shelf code to accelerate software development and
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
With regulatory bodies paying increasing attention to the role of automated and high-frequency trading, the focus turns to compliance to monitor processes aimed at minimizing the risk from computer e
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...Boston Globe just reported this precise scenario happening to a former MIT researcher coming back from Mexico and noted that some attorneys fear that...
Deciphering the mysterious monikers of nine prominent legal technology companies
What's in a name? Inspired by a recent Mashable post looking at the origins of prominent, yet mysteriously named, social media companies such as Twitter, I sought to decipher the corporate names of n
...Laboratory. "When I was doing my graduate work at MIT, the technology was very interesting ... but at the end of it all...
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