Use of artificial intelligence in judiciary is subject of online debate
On February 26, from 10 am to midday, FGV Knowledge’s Center for Judicial Innovation, Administration and Research (CIAPJ) will hold a debate on the use of artificial intelligence in law and how the Brazilian judiciary has been harnessing this innovation to improve its activities. During the webinar, a report on the first phase of a research project called “Technology Applied to Conflict Management in the Judiciary, Focusing on Artificial Intelligence” will be launched. This report sets out an unprecedented inventory of artificial intelligence projects implemented in the Brazilian courts and by the National Justice Council.
Justice Luis Felipe Salomão of the Superior Court of Appeals, who is also a professor at Fundação Getulio Vargas and the coordinator of FGV Knowledge’s CIAPJ, will take part in the debate, alongside Judge Elton Leme of the Rio de Janeiro State Court of Appeals, who is also the assistant coordinator of CIAPJ. The other speakers will be Judge Marcus Lívio Gomes of the Regional Federal Court of the Second Region; Judge Caroline Tauk, also of the latter court; Juliana Loss, a researcher and CIAPJ’s executive coordinator; and Renata Braga, who is a professor at Fluminense Federal University in Volta Redonda and an associate researcher at CIAPJ.
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