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Call for Applications - Doctoral Scholarships in Law and AI & Postdoctoral Fellowship in Law and Technology

The Cyberjustice Laboratory and the LexUM Chair in Legal Information offer an exceptional opportunity for doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers passionate about information technology, cyberjustice, and artificial intelligence. The LexUM Chair in Legal Information and Cyberjustice Laboratory Doctoral Fellowship is designed to encourage two young researchers to embark on an exciting thesis exploring the themes […] Read more

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Upcoming Conference: (Free)lance Content and Generative AI: The Persisting Plight of Freelance Authors Across the Creative Industries by Dr. Pina D'Agostino (April 9, 2024)

  date April 9th, 2024, 13h00   zoom registration   Summary Recycling existing copyright-protected works in new media is an age-old recurrence, which continues to challenge copyright law and its future on a global scale. Each time a new technology enjoys wide-spread adoption there is a new way to re-introduce or recycle an existing […] Read more

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Video - "Living in the Shadow of Catastrophe" lecture by South Africa's High Commissioner to Canada, His Excellency, Rieaz Shaik

=   You will find above the lecture entitled "Living in the Shadow of Catastrophe" held by His Excellency, the South African High Commissioner to Canada, on January 24, 2024 at the Cyberjustice Laboratory.   Speaker's Biography   High Commissioner Rieaz Shaik is South Africa’s envoy to Canada since 2022. Mr Shaik was an anti-apartheid […] Read more

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Prof. Karine Gentelet Signs the Essay 'Needed: Ways for Citizens to Sound the Alarm About AI's Societal Impacts' in the Journal Issues in Science and Technology

On January 16, 2024, Issues in Science and Technology published an issue entitled "An AI Society". In this issue of 11 essays, social sciences, and humanities specialists examine how the interaction between AI and society can be harnessed, revealing urgent avenues for research and policy. Professor Karine Gentelet (UQO, CRDP) wrote one of these essays. […] Read more

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Professor Karim Benyekhlef and Mr. Gabriel Lefebvre sign the article "Predictive Policing in Canada" in the International Review of Criminal Law

On January 9, 2024, the Revue Internationale de Droit Pénal published volume 94, number 2. This issue of RIDP, entitled "Artificial Intelligence and Administration of Criminal Justice" presents the results of collective research undertaken in 2020. Based on a lengthy questionnaire, this research addresses emerging issues concerning the use of artificial intelligence (AI), primarily machine […] Read more

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Offre d’emploi | Auxiliaire.s de recherche au Laboratoire de cyberjustice

The Cyberjustice Laboratory is a unique space for reflection and creation, where justice processes are modeled and reimagined to improve access to justice. Our work is characterized by the experimentation of technological innovations, such as artificial intelligence, to optimize the current functioning of justice, so as to increase efficiency, reduce costs and delays, and simplify […] Read more