Upcoming Conference: "AI and Judging" by Pre Tania Sourdin (May 7, 2024)

The Cyberjustice Laboratory is pleased to invite you to the online conference "AI and Judging" by Prof. Tania Sourdin.  

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Informations pratiques

When : May 7th 2024, 4h30PM

Format : Zoom  

Speaker's Biography 

Prof. Tania Sourdin is President of the Academic Senate at the University of Newcastle in Australia. She is the author of more than 140 books, articles and papers, that are focussed on justice reform issues and has presented on a range of topics including justice innovation, artificial intelligence and technology and law. She has had a number of projects that have explored the use of AI in the justice system and the role of a human judge. Her book “Judges, Technology and AI” was published in 2021.



This workshop is the fourth in a 5-part ACT Project series entitled “AI, Large Language Models and Justice: Considerations for Legal Practitioners, Judges, Law Schools, and Public Legal Educators”.  This fourth session will explore the use of AI and LLMs in the judicial decision making process.  Professor Tania Sourdin, Dean and Head of School at the University of Newcastle Law School in Australia, and author of Judges, Technology and Artificial Intelligence (2021), will provide her expert insights on some of the foundational questions relating to the role of judges and the implications and considerations associated with the use of AI in judicial decision making.

This content has been updated on 6 May 2024 at 15 h 46 min.