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Occasion statement: The Supreme Court and knowledge of the crowds

Occasion statement: The Supreme Court and knowledge of the crowds

Event announcement: The Supreme Court and wisdom of the crowds

On February 21 at 12: 45 p.m. PST, Stanford University’s CodeX will host a discussion by Daniel Martin Katz entitled, “How Crowdsourcing Precisely and Robustly Anticipates Supreme Court Choices.” More details about this occasion, which will consist of remote gain access to, is readily available at this link.

Relatedly, this blog site is working together with Good Judgment to provide the SCOTUS Obstacle, which welcomes forecasters to anticipate the results of Supreme Court cases from this term. This chance for readers is readily available on the SCOTUS Challenge page.

The post Event announcement: The Supreme Court and wisdom of the crowds appeared initially on SCOTUSblog.

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