AI & legal thinking

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2021-09-29

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Gaon, Aviv
Ramshaw, Sara

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The future of legal thinking in the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers an extensive analysis of how judges, legal professionals, scholars, and students understand law. As law is becoming increasingly digitized, it is necessary to explore the role that algorithms may play in different areas of law, legal practice, and legal education. Emerging topics like intellectual property, machine ‘judges’, AI justice, and biases in AI programming are worth critical talk. The UVic Graduate Student Law & Society Research Group hosted a discussion with Professor Sara Ramshaw (UVic Law) and Professor Gaon Aviv (Harry Radzyner Law School), who discussed how AI impacts legal thinking.

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artificial intelligence, legal thinking, judges, copyright

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