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Hey Siri, Do I Have Cancer?

 By Charlotte Simard-Zakaïb as part of the Summer School of the Cyberjustice Laboratory in 2019.   One in two Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime, while one in four Canadians will die from it. Early detection of cancer will make it easier to treat and cure, but for most types of cancer, […] Read more

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Two fears that dictate the future of AI

By Florence So   Currently, there exists only two emerging AI superpowers: United States and China. As Kai-Fu Lee points out in his latest book, the recipe for AI success requires four ingredients: AI expertise, government support, data, and entrepreneurial ecosystem. In his opinion, the fundamental cultural differences between the West and the East inform how […] Read more

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IMPLEMENTATION OF ALGORITHMIC SYSTEMS IN ORDER TO IMPROVE THE SUPPLY OF SERVICES TO CITIZENS: THE LABORATORY DISCLOSES ITS INVENTORY OF THE MOST COMMON BEST PRACTICES

By Emilien Miron A growing number of organizations offering services to citizens, including public authorities, international organizations as well as multinational corporations, decide to implement algorithmic systems in order to improve the way they satisfy the needs of population. In the ambit of the project with ULB of ACT, which purpose is to carry out […] Read more

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« Justice prédictive, solution ou simple reproduction du passé ? »

This content is not available in the selected language. Par Annaëlle Pembellot « Justice prédictive », « justice algorithmique », « justice computationnelle», tant de termes complexes mais souvent réduits à l’image diffusée par les films de science-fiction. Cette image d’une justice où les hommes sont simplement remplacés par des robots-juge ou robots-avocat. Nous en sommes encore bien loin aujourd’hui. […] Read more

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Part III - JTC Resource Bulletin, “ODR for Courts”. ODR: a simplification of dispute resolution, source of new issues for the courts

By Pierre Legros              My trilogy is coming to an end. Indeed, this is the last part of my detailed analysis of the Resource Bulletin “ODR for Courts”, published by the JTC (Joint Technology Committee) on December 12, 2016 (and updated on November 29, 2017). After having clarified why ODR (Online Dispute Resolution) appears to […] Read more

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Les travailleurs du clic et l’intelligence artificielle

This content is not available in the selected language. La prophétie d’une intelligence artificielle autonome et anthropomorphe est ancrée dans l’imaginaire collectif depuis des décennies, impulsée par une culture largement romancée et les effets d’annonces des acteurs du secteur. Pourtant, dans les coulisses, se cache encore un travail humain. Une multitude de petites mains nourrissent […] Read more

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Part II - JTC Resource Bulletin, « ODR for Courts ». The implementation of ODR, towards a successful experience

By Pierre Legros                The first part of my trilogy of blog posts, which analyzed the JTC (Join Technology Committee) Resource Bulletin “ODR for Courts” showed that the definition of ODR (Online Dispute Resolution) is extremely broad. Therefore, there is not just one, but many possibilities for integrating such a process into the judicial […] Read more

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La science des données, futur de l’IA dans la sphère juridique

This content is not available in the selected language. Par Jehanne Dussert L’intelligence artificielle (IA) est un domaine en pleine expansion permettant d’offrir de nouveaux outils à la justice et aux professionnels du droit. Le traitement et l’analyse de données judiciaires, le déploiement de l’information juridique, le développement d’outils dits “prédictifs”, sont autant d’exemples favorisant […] Read more