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As federal agencies increasingly look to artificial intelligence to support their adjudication workloads and enforcement efforts, the ACUS Office of the Chairman is working with scholars on the forefront of researching agencies’ use of AI and its legal and practical implications.

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On October 16, the Committee on Adjudication approved a series of draft recommendations to agencies regarding independent research by agency adjudicators in the internet age.

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This article was authored by Darrell White, ACUS Legal Intern.

At the 71st Plenary Session on June 13, the Administrative Conference of the United States heard from renowned scholars on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the federal administrative...

 This is a guest post authored by Susan Dudley and Steven Balla.  Steven Balla is Associate Professor of Political Science, Public Policy and Public Administration, and International...

This is a guest post by Nathan Cortez, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor of Law at SMU Dedman School of Law. This post is the result of the author’s independent research and does not necessarily represent...