The omnipresence of artificial intelligence in all aspects of social life is undeniable. A group of researchers from different countries will gather at an international symposium on May 24th and 25th to structure the emerging field of research that is the law of artificial intelligence. Participants will analyze the various legislations under construction, particularly in Europe and Canada, as well as in Brazil, Mexico, and Senegal.
The legal sector is changing. In this video, Professor Wolfgang Alschner explains how the uOttawa Legal Technology Lab brings together expertise from law and computer science to conduct cutting-edge research at the interface of law and technology in order to implement meaningful, technology-based solutions to some of the most pressing challenges in the world of law.
As nations around the world continue to seek to understand the COVID-19 pandemic and find ways to protect their most vulnerable citizens, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) has presented both interesting solutions and disturbing challenges. This video, which features a presentation from the 4th Autumn School on the Methodology of Research in Law, explores the use of inclusive research methodologies that capture crucial international perspectives that can help to advance the pursuit of accountable AI.