When we discuss smart contracts and their applications, it seems like we’re trying to automate all the things right away, with less focus on what the steps we can take to get there are. Over time, we will be able to develop better and better smart contracts as folks templatize and test, but we will still want to include human judgment in plenty of contracts. One such example: Chip Morningstar pioneered the idea of a Split Contract, a contract composed of both software and prose. Many interesting contract features were included like templating, prose/automation hybrid, human arbitration, and co-designing contractual arrangements upfront. Many of these features are now coming live. For instance, Legalese is creating computational law to democratize contract writing, and Kleros is a decentralized arbitration service for increasingly international dispute resolution. This meeting is part of the Intelligent Cooperation Group and accompanying book draft.