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CScience IA| La preuve sur les serveurs

CScience IA - a platform dedicated to current research on Artificial intelligence in Quebec -  proposes in this article an interview with Nicolas Vermeys - assistant director of the Cyberjustice Laboratory - who discusses the impact of virtual evidence in the justice system. Dans une étude réalisée en 2019, Nicolas Vermeys y constate la prolifération […] Read more

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CScience IA | Palais de Justice nulle part ?

CScience IA - a platform dedicated to current research on Artificial intelligence in Quebec -  higlighted the work of the Cyberjustice Laboratory. The article promoted the success of the PARLe platform and the project JusticeBot with comments from Valentin Callipel - head of mission at the Laboratory and ACT researcher.    PARLe a traité plus […] Read more

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Bourdonnement [CHRONIQUES] - And Cyberjustice for All

Maître Sébastien Bourdon proposes a reflection on the judicial system since the beginning of the confinement by insisting on the importance of "dematerializing" justice to ensure its proper functioning at all times. Available in french only.    Ayant quelques relations avec le Québec, je me suis interrogé sur ce que propose le laboratoire de cyberjustice […] Read more

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The conversation - Courts are moving to video during coronavirus, but research shows it’s hard to get a fair trial remotely

David Tait and Meredith Rossner- ACT researchers - focus in this article published in The conversation  on the challenges faced by virtual courts in the current context of the COVID-19 pandemic. In a sense, the courts have been preparing for an outbreak like this for some time. Witnesses and defendants routinely appear in court via […] Read more

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Slaw -

Amy Salyzyn -  ACT researcher - writes in this article published on the website Slaw - a Canadian legal blog - about how the pandemic has disrupted the functioning of the judicial system. She paints the picture of how a virtual courts should be, emphasizing the need to provide more transparency, including more access to […] Read more

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La cyberjustice en temps de pandémie – UdeM Nouvelles

This content is not available in the selected language. UdeM Nouvelles Alors que l’appareil judiciaire marche au ralenti, le Laboratoire de cyberjustice de la Faculté de droit de l’UdeM apporte des innovations qui accélèrent les processus au Canada et en France. Audiences en ligne, médiations à distance, tribunaux virtuels: les innovations du Laboratoire de cyberjustice […] Read more