Blawx Featured in two(!) papers in MIT Computational Law Report Release 1.2
This has a been a week of wonderful surprises for Blawx.
On Monday, Blawx was named as a finalist in the American Legal Technology Awards. Today, Blawx is featured twice in release 1.2 of the MIT Computational Law Report.
My paper “Blawx: Rules as Code Demonstration” is an interactive introduction to Rules as Code and Blawx. The Covid-19 encoding it contains is the most complicated thing we are aware of ever having built in Blawx, and it has driven the feature development of Blawx for several months.
The second surprise was that there was another paper in the same release that also takes an in-depth look at Blawx: Megan Ma’s paper “Writing in Sign: Code as the Next Contract Language? ✍️ ⏭ 💻”. (Bonus points for including emojis in the paper title.)
Thank you to the editors of the MIT Computational Law Report for their support and assistance, and to Megan Ma for taking the time to review Blawx in her piece.