Cyberjustice Web-Conferences

Cyberjustice Web-Conferences

Les promesses de l’intelligence artificielle, simple mirage ?

This content is not available in the selected language. Conférencier Yves Gingras, Professeur titulaire, Département d’histoire, Université du Québec à Montréal Description L’histoire des sciences et des technologies est jonchée de promesses mirobolantes jamais réalisées et trop souvent oubliées car remplacées chaque décennie par d’autres promesses tout aussi optimistes. Après la génomique et les nanotechnologies, […] Read more

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Helping Ourselves to Justice: Perspectives on Legal Self-Help

This content is not available in the selected language. L’activité se déroulera en anglais seulement. Speaker Alyse Bertenthal, Assistant Professor of Law, Wake Forest University Description We often discuss access to justice in the context of courtrooms and legal cases. This presentation focuses on how people access justice outside of those contexts. Drawing from ethnographic research in two disparate areas — a legal self-help clinic and amongst communities fighting for environmental justice — this presentation considers what it means to help one’s self to justice, as well as what (and who) can help to do so. L’enregistrement de la webconférence sera disponible prochainement. Read more

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Ethical Issues in Cybersecurity: Beyond Privacy and Security

Speaker : Ibo van de Poel, Delft University of Technology This talk addresses the main values, and values conflicts, in relation to cybersecurity by distinguishing four important value clusters that should be considered when deciding on cybersecurity measures: security, privacy, fairness and accountability. Potential value conflicts and value tensions between these values will be considered. Read more

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Participant experience of virtual courts: findings from the UK video hearings project

Speaker Meredith Rossner, Professor of Criminology, Australian National University Description A large number of court participants have engaged with various forms of virtual justice during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is likely to be a permanent shift in how justice operates. In what ways can this format limit or enhance user’s experience of their hearing? This […] Read more

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Legal Tech & Access to Justice: Thoughts from the Estate Planning Context

This content is not available in the selected language. L’activité se déroulera en anglais seulement. Speaker Emily Taylor Poppe, University of California Description Civil legal issues are incredibly prevalent in everyday life and can have devastating consequences. Yet few individuals obtain the assistance of a lawyer in addressing these issues. Legal technology is seen by […] Read more

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Making ODR More Effective and Accessible Through Usability Testing

Speakers  Christopher L. Griffin, Jr., Director of Empirical & Policy Research and Research Professor, University of Arizona College of Law Mackenzie S. Pish, Manager, Innovation for Justice Program, University of Arizona College of Law Description  The Innovation for Justice (i4J) Program at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law recently completed an […] Read more

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Web-conference | Le développement sociohistorique de l'intelligence artificielle (IA) sous l'angle des économies de la promesse

SPEAKER  Florence Lussier Lejeune, Université du Québec à Montréal The event will take place in French only.  En s’appuyant sur le cadre théorique des économies de la promesse, l'objectif de la présentation est de rappeler l'emballement cyclique entourant l'IA de la fin des années 1940 à aujourd'hui. Cette présentation alimentera la réflexion sur le rôle […] Read more

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Web-conference | Individual Cyber Security: Empowering Employees to Resist Spear Phishing to Prevent Identity Theft and Ransomware Attacks

Speaker : Jason Thomas, Ph.D., CISM, CISSP, Collective Group Description  In this webinar, Jason Thomas will review a qualitative research study that outlines the traits of computers uses that fall prey to spear phishing attacks and the recommendations from the study to segment users for training and cybersecurity awareness.  At the end of the presentation […] Read more

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Web-conference | Enjeux de justice virtuelle : communication non verbale et crédibilité des témoins

Speaker : Vincent Denault, Ph.D., LL.M., Lawyer  Host : Jie Zhu, research assistant at the Cyberjustice Laboratory  In French only. Malgré la pandémie, les tribunaux continuent d’opérer, et les procès à l’aide d’applications telles que Zoom et Teams se multiplient. Toutefois, malgré leur utilité pendant la crise sanitaire, l’usage de ces applications influence le déroulement […] Read more

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Web-conference | Arbitration in the Age of Covid: Examining Arbitration's Move Online

SPEAKER  Amy J. Schmitz, University of Missouri School of Law Arbitration has been moving online over time with the growth of the Internet and Online Dispute Resolution (ODR), which includes use of technology to assist online negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and variations thereof. Online Arbitration (OArb) is nonetheless a unique subset of ODR because it usually […] Read more