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Legal Text Analysis using AI | Chapter 2

Text and language are the core tools of the legal profession. Analyzing and understanding the information contained in textual documents, such as statutes, case law, contracts and doctrine, is one of the most important skill for any person in the legal field. Advances in artificial intelligence suggest computers may be able to support humans in […] Read more

Conférence de la Chaire Lexum Événements

Vers une démocratie algorithmique ?

Conference in french only.    Dans le cadre de son cycle de conférences 2019-2020 « Démocratie, algorithme et information » qui vous propose de porter un regard critique et multi-disciplinaire sur les enjeux d’une société algorithmique dans laquelle se mêlent une confusion informationnelle et un recours grandissant aux outils algorithmiques pour effectuer diverses tâches, la Chaire LexUM […] Read more

Conférence de la Chaire Lexum Événements

Faux-riginality in an Age of Mass Production: Why Copyright Should Not Protect Machine-Generated Content

As part of the « Conférences Jeunes chercheurs », the LexUM Chair in Legal Information welcomes Sarit Mizrahi, PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa, who will present a lecture entitled "Faux-riginality in an Age of Mass Production: Why Copyright Should Not Protect Machine-Generated Content".   Speaker Sarit K. Mizrahi is pursuing her Ph.D. at […] Read more

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The Judges Journal : Here There Be Dragons – The Likely Interaction of Judges with the Artificial Intelligence Ecosystem

Artificial intelligence, or “AI,” is frequently referenced both in the news and in commercial advertisements. It often appears that nearly everything is or soon will be a product of AI. In fact, however, other than natural language processing, true AI is still in its early stages and far less common than advertising would suggest. This […] Read more

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« L’Online Dispute Resolution, un complément indispensable à la justice d'aujourd'hui et de demain »

Pierre Legros, a former trainee at the Cyberjustice Laboratory, highlights in an article published on the website Village de la justice, the importance of a better access to justice through the development of online dispute resolution platforms. Available in french only  « Partant du principe qu’une plateforme d’ODR serait accessible en tout temps et en […] Read more

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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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Podcast Lexlab – IA, Canada et Avocats

As part of the "Justice and Algorithms" week, the radio program LexLab made an inventory of AI innovation 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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The ACT Project in The Lawyer's Daily | Université de Montréal AI initiative seeks to improve access to justice

This content is not available in the selected language. Nearly a decade after co-founding Cyberjustice Laboratory, a hub that analyzes the impact of technologies on justice while developing concrete technological tools that are adapted to the reality of justice systems, Karim Benyekhlef and Fabien Gélinas have set their sights on artificial intelligence (AI). Autonomy through […] Read more

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Intelligence artificielle et données judiciaires

This content is not available in the selected language. Présentation Générées tout au long du processus judiciaire, les données judiciaires sont la base à partir de laquelle l’information judiciaire se construit. L’information judiciaire serait donc une association de données, qui, liées les unes aux autres, sont créatrices de sens. Toutefois, vu leur caractère parfois sensible, […] Read more

Nouvelles

Mention of the "Best Student Paper Award" of the Jurix 2019 Conference awarded to an article written by members of the Laboratory

Hannes Westermann, member of the Cyberjustice Laboratory, recently 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 […] 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 […] Read more

Nouvelles

Inauguration of the 3IA Chair "Justice and AI" - How do we rethink justice and the legal professions in the era of algorithms and artificial intelligence?

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

Ateliers IA

Legal Text Analysis using AI | Chapter 1

This content is not available in the selected language. Conférence en anglais seulement Text and language are the core tools of the legal profession. Analyzing and understanding the information contained in textual documents, such as statutes, case law, contracts and doctrine, is one of the most important skill for any person in the legal field. […] Read more

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The 66th edition of ICANN in Montreal

ICANN is the company that governs the assignment of generic top-level extensions of the Internet. From November 2nd to 7th, the 66th edition of ICANN in Montreal, co-organized by the Cyberjustice Laboratory and in partnership with Rendez-vousMontréal66, was held at the Palais des Congrès.   This forum brings together various local and international speakers to […] Read more

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2019 International ODR Forum

From October 29 to 30, was held the 2019 ODR International Forum hosted by the National Center for Technology and Conflict Resolution in Williamsburg, Virginia. This forum brings together several researchers, each year, who work on issues related to online dispute resolution. For this occasion, a team of researchers from the Cyberjustice Laboratory and the […] Read more

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Steering Committee on Justice Efficiencies and Access to the Justice System

On Monday, October 28, 2019, the Cyberjustice Laboratory had the honor of hosting the Steering Committee on Efficiency and Access to Justice, composed of six Deputy Ministers of Federal and Provincial Justice, three Council representatives Canadian Judicial Council, three representatives of the Canadian Council of Chief Judges, a representative of the Canadian Bar Association, a […] Read more

Événements

Justice « prédictive » et droits fondamentaux

This content is not available in the selected language. Dans le cadre de son cycle de conférences 2019-2020 « Démocratie, algorithme et information » qui vous propose de porter un regard critique et multi-disciplinaire sur les enjeux d’une société algorithmique dans laquelle se mêlent une confusion informationnelle et un recours grandissant aux outils algorithmiques pour effectuer diverses tâches, la Chaire […] Read more

Vidéos

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