Impulse paper on machine-consumable legislation published

In September 2019, ÖFIT published an impulse paper by my colleagues Resa Mohabbat Kar, Simon Sebastian Hunt, Peter Parycek and me.

The paper argues for the implementation of legal informatics with a focus on laws as machine-executable rules, digital data sources and a more interdisciplinary legislation process.

Rather than going for a tempting lenghty theoretical discussion, we opted for a compact and intuitive style with many illustrations to target the publication at decisionmakers in government.

Read the full impulse paper here (in German):

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