2019

Conférences News

Conférence «The Use of AI in White-Collar Crime», à McGill

Abstract Wondered why our criminal justice classes focus on street crime rather than what does the actual damage to our society, i.e. white-collar crimes? Are you interested in AI generally and are curious to hear how it intersects with other practice areas in law? Then come to our panel on the use of AI & […] Read more

Conférences

Conférence « Justice digitale : Révolution graphique et rupture anthropologique »

This content is not available in the selected language. Le Laboratoire de cyberjustice vous convie le 7 mars prochain, à 16 h 30, à la conférence sur l’ouvrage Justice digitale : Révolution graphique et rupture anthropologique des auteurs Antoine Garapon et Jean Lassègue. Reçus au Laboratoire de cyberjustice par le directeur Karim Benyekhlef, les invités présenteront le fruit […] Read more

Conférence de la Chaire LexUM Conférences

Crime and Punishment in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

This content is not available in the selected language. Dans le cadre du cycle de conférences Jeunes chercheurs, la Chaire LexUM en information juridique accueille Hannes Westerman, candidat au doctorat en droit à l’Université de Montréal, et Yuan Stevens, agente de recherche au Laboratoire de cyberjustice, qui présenteront une conférence qui s’intitule « Crime and Punishment […] Read more

Activities Conférences

Graduate Law and Artificial Intelligence Conference 2019

GLAIC – Fostering Empowerment through Artificial Intelligence: Where Do We Go from Here? The Cyberjustice Laboratory invites you, on February 25, 2019, to the first edition of the Graduate Law and Artificial Intelligence Conference – GLAIC, where a group of promising young researchers from around the world will present their research on the subject of […] Read more

Dans les Médias News

“Quelles sont les limites de la liberté d’expression sur internet?” | Entrevue de Karim Benyekhlef à l’émission Gravel le matin de Radio-Canada

"Just because it's on the Internet doesn't mean the law doesn't apply. Behind a screen, people think they are safe, but they are not". Interview with Professor Karim Benyekhlef on Radio-Canada's Gravel program in the morning of December 28, 2018, where he answers the question of the day: "How far can we go in a […] Read more