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UNIL : Artificial Intelligence and Dispute Resolution

The CEDIDAC, in collaboration with the AI Transparency Institute (AITI), is organizing an international conference entitled Artificial Intelligence And Dispute Resolution. Towards A Human-Centered Collaboration?


This conference will address the impact of AI on the law and on dispute resolution across various areas and jurisdictions. Automated decision-making presents important challenges for justice systems across the world. The speakers will discuss these challenges from different viewpoints in three roundtable sessions. They will focus on what is at stake in the debate over AI, assess how AI can be used in litigation and arbitration and reflect on available accountability mechanisms.


Keynote: Professor Gary Merchant, Regents Professor of Law and director of the Center for Law, Science and Innovation at Arizona State University (ASU)

Sayan Chandra, Gujarat National Law University
Francesco Contini, National Research Council of Italy, Institute of Legal Informatics and Judicial Systems
Narges Keshavarzbahadori, University of Lausanne
Anne-Grace Kleczewski, Université Catholique de Louvain and Rosels
Sandrine Lagarde, London Legal Hackers
Alina Ontanu, Tilburg University
Anjanette Raymond, Indiana University
Shailendra Shukla, Gujarat National Law University
Marco Velicogna, National Research Council of Italy, Institute of Legal Informatics and Judicial Systems
Marta Zamorska, University of Lausanne
Grzegorz Mika, AI Transparency Institute


Price for the Public: CHF 100.-
CEDIDAC Club Members: CHF 80.-
Free for UNIL students

Online registration

From: 15 Feb, 2022
To: 15 Feb, 2022
Organizer: CEDIDAC
Languages: English
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