Marko Marković

Marko Marković
University of Novi Sad · Faculty of Technical Sciences

PhD

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The development of artificial intelligence is advancing ever faster and expanding into ever more areas of human activity. Although the development of artificial intelligence-based tools to support the legal profession has been going on for many years, lawyers are adopting information technologies somewhat more slowly than other professions. This pa...
Technical Report
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“Introduction to Legal Technology” is an introductory legal technology course intended for persons with either information technology or legal background. This research was supported by the Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia, Program DIASPORA, #6497472, AI4Law. #fondzanauku, #diaspora, #AI4Law
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This paper proposes a knowledge-based legal document assembly method that uses a machine-readable representation of knowledge of legal professionals. This knowledgebase has two components - the formal knowledge of legal norms represented as a rule-base and the tacit knowledge represented by a document template. A document assembly system is develop...
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This paper proposes a method for knowledge-based document assembly. A document assembly system is implemented as a proof of concept with service contracts as a sample document type. In comparison to related research, the method presented in this paper uses an explicit formulation of legal norms that prescribes the content and the form of service co...
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Open government data has many benefits for the society. Among others, it increases transparency of government, helps in the fight against corruption, and creates new business opportunities. The potential of open data initiatives is still not fully realized, especially in the judicial branch of the government. In order to help realize this potential...
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Open data gained considerable traction in government, nonprofit, and profit organizations in the last several years. Open judicial data increase transparency of the judiciary and are an integral part of open justice. This article identifies relevant judicial data set types, reviews widely used open government data evaluation methodologies, selects...
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In order to understand judicial complaints more clearly (to avoid misinterpretations and to provide additional clarification of its content), structural and semantic markup can be rather helpful. By structural and semantic markup, claims can be semantically enhanced using legal ontologies and legal knowledge interchange format argument graphs makin...
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Legal informatics is an important discipline for modern public administration. This paper proposes machine-readable identification and representation formats for Serbian judiciary. Firstly, we reviewed available judgment identification mechanisms and representation formats. Then, we described requirements of Serbian judiciary system. Finally, we ch...

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The project aims to acquaint the wider academic community and civil society with the need to harmonize national rules of criminal procedure with EU rules, as well as with the importance of information technology in achieving this goal.
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The Challenge of the proposed COST Action consists in creating a Network for exploring the potential of the application of Artificial Intelligence and Automated Reasoning in the Digital Forensics field, and creating synergies between these fields. Specifically, the challenge is to address the Evidence Analysis phase, where evidence about possible crimes and crimes perpetrators collected from various electronic devices (by means of specialized software, and according to specific regulations) must be exploited so as to reconstruct possible events, event sequences and scenarios related to a crime. Evidence Analysis results are then made available to law enforcement, investigators, public prosecutors, lawyers and judges: it is therefore crucial that the adopted techniques guarantee reliability and verifiability, and that their result can be explained to the human actors.
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The artificial intelligence application to law became attractive research and start-up venture domain. Yet a large number of available legaltech solutions and APIs are lacking in usability and interoperability. In this project funded by Science Fund of Republic of Serbia we will review most used legal information management architectures, data sources, database models and analytical processes, through benchmarking and field interviews. We will cross the national and generational gaps and transform the informal research and development exchange between Novi Sad and Oxford into persistent and highly actionable form. This research was supported by the Science Fund of the Republic of Serbia, Program DIASPORA, #6497472, AI4Law. #fondzanauku, #diaspora, #AI4Law