It would be nice if all of the data which sociologists require could be enumerated because then we could run them through IBM machines and draw charts as the economists do.
However, not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted
— William Cameron, Informal Sociology (1963)
About the project
COHUBICOL (Counting as a Human Being in the Era of Computational Law) will investigate how the prominence of counting and computation transforms many of the assumptions, operations and outcomes of the law.
Philosophers' Seminar 2020
On 3-4 December we will hold our second Philosophers’ Seminar, hosting lawyers, computer scientists and philosophers for an in-depth study of interpretability in machine learning and its relevance to legal protection and the rule of law in computational law.