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ChatGPT and JusticeBot : A qualitative comparison

This content is not available in the selected language. Written by Jinzhe Tan – Research Assistant at Cyberjustice Laboratory and Ph.D. student at Université de Montréal Introduction ChatGPT[1] is hot. And it is getting hotter after its API (Application Programming Interface) is available. The availability of ChatGPT API gives developers the opportunity to create products in different […] Read more

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The Cyberjustice Laboratory conducted a multi-jurisdictional comparative study of AI tools offered by Legaltech companies to legal professionals. 

This content is not available in the selected language. Written by Rémi Slama, Lawyer admitted to the Montreal Bar  In recent years, the rise of artificial intelligence (“AI”) and machine learning technologies has had a profound impact on various industries and professions, and the legal sector is no exception.  As a result, legal professionals have […] Read more

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Watch the activities of the Laboratory in video!

In parallel with the Laboratory's newsletter, you can also (re)discover the activities of the Laboratory through an infovideo. This month, the infovideo focuses on the presentation of the 2023 summer school program which will focus on cyberjustice and artificial intelligence. Sign up for the Laboratory newsletter here and subscribe to the YouTube channel here. Read more

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Towards Immersive Virtual Courts, Moving Beyond the Status Quo: Feedback from experiences conducted in the Cyberjustice Laboratory

This content is not available in the selected language. Aurore Troussel-Clément – Research Assistant Cyberjustice Laboratory and PhD student Université de Montréal Introduction Between October and December 2022, demonstrations and technical tests of immersive virtual hearings took place at the Cyberjustice Laboratory at the University of Montréal and at the Harvard Visualization Lab. These experiences […] Read more

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State justice Institute & Courtland Consulting, Evaluation of Two Statewide Virtual Dispute Resolution Services in Michigan : Un compte rendu des faits saillants

This content is not available in the selected language. Écrit par Jie Zhu, Auxiliaire de recherche au Laboratoire de cyberjustice State Justice Institute & Courtland Consulting, Evaluation of Two Statewide Virtual Dispute Resolution Services in Michigan (Final Report Summary, March 2022)  Contexte Dans la foulée de l’urgence sanitaire liée à la pandémie de la COVID-19, […] Read more

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Du cyberespace à la datasphère: enjeux géopolitiques de la révolution numérique

This content is not available in the selected language. Cette conférence fait partie du Cycle annuel de conférences Chaire LexUM 2022-2023: Histoire et géopolitique d’internet Titre de la conférence : Du cyberespace à la datasphère: enjeux géopolitiques de la révolution numérique Description de la conférence : La révolution numérique provoquée par l’adoption massive des technologies de l’information et l’interconnexion […] Read more

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La justice en ligne: où en sommes nous?

This content is not available in the selected language. Le 6 avril, Nicolas Vermeys, directeur du Centre de recherche en droit public (CRDP) et directeur adjoint du Laboratoire de cyberjustice offre une conférence grand public sur la justice en ligne pour BANQ. Cette conférence fait partie de la série “Parlons numérique” et est disponible en personne […] Read more