FGV launches publication arising from debates of 1st Forum on Law and Technology

The courts’ efficiency involves the management and use of technology tools, especially artificial intelligence, which has been increasingly employed by the judiciary in recent years. This subject has been studied by CIAPJ, whose mission is to identify, understand, systematize, develop and enhance solutions to improve the courts
法学
02 二月 2021
FGV launches publication arising from debates of 1st Forum on Law and Technology

FGV Knowledge’s Center for Judicial Innovation, Administration and Research (CIAPJ) has just released the annals of the 1st Forum on Law and Technology. The publication is the result of debates held between June 29 and July 2 of 2020, involving public officials, researchers and experts. It features exclusive content, such as articles and recordings originating from the forum’s debates on artificial intelligence applied to conflict management in the judiciary.

The forum’s participants and contributors to this publication include FGV’s president, Carlos Ivan Simonsen Leal; then president of the Federal Supreme Court, Dias Toffoli; the president of the Superior Court of Appeals, Humberto Martins; the president of the Superior Labor Court, Maria Cristina Peduzzi; Superior Court of Appeals justice and coordinator of CIAPJ, Luis Felipe Salomão; the chairman of the Rio de Janeiro state branch of the Brazilian Bar Association, Luciano Bandeira; CIAPJ’s executive coordinator and researcher Juliana Loss; Professor Dierle Nunes of Minas Gerais Federal University and Minas Gerais Catholic University; Judge Marcus Lívio Gomes of the Regional Federal Court of the 2nd Region; the deputy director of the University of Sao Paulo’s Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, André Carlos Ponce; and CIAPJ researchers Renata Braga and José Leovigildo Coelho.

The courts’ efficiency involves the management and use of technology tools, especially artificial intelligence, which has been increasingly employed by the judiciary in recent years. This subject has been studied by CIAPJ, whose mission is to identify, understand, systematize, develop and enhance solutions to improve the courts.

To see the publication and other content, visit CIAPJ’s website.

 

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