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Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition: Here are the Winners!

CLCT is delighted to share some good news! We can now reveal the winners of the third annual Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition. Open to law students worldwide, the Competition received submissions from near and far, and authors approached various themes, including liability arising from IoT devices; intellectual property issues stemming from Artificial Intelligence; challenges introduced […] Read more

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The “Autonomy through Cyberjustice Technologies” Research Project is launched

CLCT is pleased to announce the launch of the most important international research project to date on Artificial Intelligence and Justice. The Autonomy through Cyberjustice Technologies (“ACT”) Research Partnership is funded by the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. The project aims to increase access to justice through the use of artificial intelligence. Over […] Read more