Legal writing, Grammar
Sturm College of Law
Garry Kasparov fought for all of us. A human being against Deep Blue, a computer that has thirty-two processors acting as thirty-two brains simultaneously to consider future chess moves. When the computer won the first game, it was an apocalypse for chess enthusiasts. Was an artificial brain actually superior? A similar question arises in writing: do computerized grammar and style checkers create superior writing?
K.K. DuVivier, Grammar and Style Check Programs: Machine v. Man, 25 Colo. Law. 27 (May 1996).
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