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Workshop : CLAUDETTE : Empowering Consumers through Artificial Intelligence

As part of the AI and the Law Series cycle, Mcgill University is hosting Mr. Przemysław Pałka, who will discuss  the possibility of automating the legal assessment of online consumer contracts in terms of service and privacy policies that a person encounters online thanks to the CLAUDETTE Project.    For more information, click here.    […] Read more

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Call for abstracts – Revue Criminologie

The Spring 2021 thematic issue will be edited by Rémi Boivin, a professor at the School of Criminology (Université de Montréal) and Annie Gendron, a researcher at the École Nationale de Police du Québec (the provincial police academy). This thematic issue aims to shift this debate from its current emphasis on police work, to a […] Read more

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Podcast Lexlab – IA, Canada et Avocats

As part of the "Justice and Algorithms" week, the radio program LexLab made an inventory of AI innovations in Canada and particularly in Quebec. This episode brought together around a table, Pr Karim Benyekhlef - director of the Cyberjustice Laboratory - Pr Gregory Lewkowicz - ACT researcher - as well as Pr Marina Teller to discuss […] Read more

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Video | ACT Project - Research partnership

The Cyberjustice Laboratory is pleased to present you the largest international research project that aims to increase access to justice through artificial intelligence: the ACT research partnership, the empowerment of justice stakeholders through cyberjustice and artificial intelligence. Led by Professor Karim Benyekhlef, Director of the Laboratory, the ACT project is: A multidisciplinary and international partnership […] Read more

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Mention of the

Hannes Westermann, member of the Cyberjustice Laboratory, coauthored with Karim Benyekhlef - director of the Laboratory - Jaromir Savelka, Vern R. Walker and Kevin D. Ashley a article intituled "Computer-Assisted Creation of Boolean Search Rules for Text Classification in the Legal Domain" which received the "Best Student Paper Award" mention at Jurix 2019. This is […] Read more

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Call for Abstracts - Symposium Algorithmic Law and Society

Call for Abstracts Deadline February 1, 2020   Conveners & Editors David Restrepo Amariles Pedro Rubim Borges Fortes   HEC Paris, the Law and Society Review, and the Law and Society Association— CRN Law and Development (CRN 52), are issuing a call for original research papers to be presented at the Symposium Algorithmic Law and Society, and to […] Read more

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PARLe: An Effective Access to Justice Tool for Consumers

Press release Assessment of the Consumer Protection Office's online mediation project after 3 years of implementation Quebec City, December 2, 2019 Minister of Justice Sonia LeBel today marked the 3rd anniversary of the "Online Dispute Resolution Platform" (PARLe), an innovative web-based tool that provides courts with an alternative solution to solve consumer problems. Developed by […] Read more

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Publication in the Larcier Editions : The Judge and the Algorithm

The Research Centre in Information, Law and Society (CRIDS) of the Faculty of Law in the University of Namur has just released his monograph "The judge and the algorithm: judges increased or justice diminished? "In this book, Prof. Karim Benykhlef, Jie Zhu and Valentin Callipel, of the Cyberjustice Laboratory, wrote an article on the theme of "Human Responsibility in […] Read more

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Inauguration of the 3IA Chair

Prof. Karim Benyekhlef, Director of the Cyberjustice Laboratory and the 2019-2020 Chairholder of the Koyré Chair of Excellence, is currently at the Université Côté d'Azur as part of the "Justice and Algorithms" week organized by the 3IA Côte d'Azur Chair of Excellence.   Program of the 1st day The day began with the recording of a […] Read more