In honor of the LLNE Fall Meeting titled “Artificial Intelligence and Algorithms in Law Libraries and in Legal Practice”, the Service Committee is promoting the use of the online legal game, Learned Hands. Developed by the Stanford Legal Design Lab and Suffolk’s Legal Innovation and Technology Lab, Learned Hands is a crowdsourcing game that helps develop access to justice technology. The game asks players to spot possible legal issues in real people’s stories. When you spot a legal issue, you are teaching the technology how to spot the issue as well. The technology will then be used to help link legal resources to the people who are searching for help. Anyone can play! To participate, go to https://learnedhands.law.stanford.edu/. Creating an account only takes a minute. Once you have an account, start reading stories and answer questions about any legal issues you find. You accrue points for every question you answer. Our goal is to reach 50,000 points by the end of November! To help us reach that goal, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your username so we can add your points to LLNE’s overall total.