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Artificial Intelligence and Access to Justice: Perspectives from the legal and technical domain

  Speakers Nye Thomas | Nye Thomas is the Executive Director of the Law Commission of Ontario. Nye has more than 20 years’ experience leading sophisticated, multidisciplinary projects in Ontario’s justice sector. Daniel “Dazza” Greenwood | Dazza is a Lecturer and Researcher at the MIT Media Lab, focusing on public policy, information technology and innovation […] Read more

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Sisyphus and the Present : Time in Modern and Digital Legalities

  As part of the conference series “Law and Literature: Literary Representations of Legal Identities and Transcriptions”, we invite you to the conference “Sisyphus and the Present : Time in Modern and Digital Legalities” presented by Pr Kieran Tranter (School of Law, Queensland University of Technology).   Speaker Pr Kieran Tranter is the Chair of […] Read more

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AJC|ACT Workshop: «What have we learned from the accelerated experience of remote hearings during the pandemic?»

Introduction The pandemic had an unprecedented accelerating effect on the transition towards remote hearings within the justice system. In but a few short months, most judicial actors had the opportunity to participate in virtual hearings. Hearings where each participant appeared remotely became common, using technology that was far from mainstream before the crisis. Judicial actors […] Read more

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FinTechs et sécurité : risques et perspectives

In French Dans le cadre du Cycle de conférences « Fintech: Réguler aujourd’hui les technologies financières de demain  », nous vous invitons à la conférence «FinTechs et sécurité : risques et perspectives». Qohash Qohash est le leadeur canadien en protection des données sensibles. Sa technologie permet aux organisations de trouver et protéger les données sensibles […] Read more

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Afrofuturism, Critical Race Theory, and the Future of Policing

As part of the conference series “Law and Literature: Literary representations of identities and legal transcriptions”, the Cyberjustice Laboratory invites you to the conference “Afrofuturism, Critical Race Theory, and the Future of Policing” presented by Pr Bennett Capers (Fordham Law School).     Speaker In Fall 2020, Professor Bennett Capers joined Fordham Law School, where […] Read more

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Foire aux stages et emplois IVADO

This content is not available in the selected language. À l’attention des étudiant.e.s ou finissant.e.s en informatique, génie logiciel, intelligence artificielle, science des données ou recherche opérationnelle. Venez dénicher de nouvelles opportunités à la 4e édition virtuelle de la Foire aux stages et emplois IVADO en intelligence numérique qui aura lieu sur Swapcard le 1er février 2022 de 10h à 15h! ** NOUVEAUTÉS […] Read more

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Taking Privacy Seriously: Design and Regulation of Digital Flat Currency

We are pleased to invite you to the conference “Taking Privacy Seriously: Design and Regulation of Digital Flat Currency”, presented by Rohan Gray (Willamette University), as part of the “Fintech: Regulating today the financial technologies of tomorrow” conference series.   Speaker Professor Grey’s research focuses on the legal design and regulation of money and finance, […] Read more

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Re-Imagining Space Law : Literary Analysis of Utopian Literatures, Science Fiction, and Africain Feminist Futurisms as Inclusive Sources of Lawmaking

As part of the conference series “Law and Literature: Literary Representations of Legal Identities and Transcriptions”, we invite you to the conference “Re-Imagining Space Law : Literary Analysis of Utopian Literatures, Science Fiction, and Africain Feminist Futurisms as Inclusive Sources of Lawmaking”, Dr Saskia Vermeylen (University of Strathclyde). Speaker With a background in legal theory, Saskia Vermeylen […] Read more

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The Borders of Utopia: Science fiction and the limits of the legal imagination

As part of the "Law and Litterature: Literary Representations of Identities and Legal Transcriptions'' lecture series, we invite you to the« The Boarders of Utopia: Science fiction and the limits of the legal imagination » lecture presented by  Christopher Brown (Lawyer and Author). Conférencier : Christopher Brown is the Philip K. Dick, John W. Campbell […] Read more