Artificial Intelligence and dispute resolution: does technology improve the way we solve our conflicts?

Artificial Intelligence and dispute resolution: does technology improve the way we solve our conflicts?

Artificial Intelligence and dispute resolution: does technology improve the way we solve our conflicts?

event Saturday, September 23, 2023 schedule 10.15am - 11.00am BST
Booking closed
Booking closed
event Saturday, September 23, 2023 schedule 10.15am - 11.00am BST
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In-person at Sidgwick | £15
Open to: 
Alumni and guests
Theme: 
Science and technology, Social sciences
Location: 
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Does artificial intelligence increase access to justice or reinforce existing inequalities? And how can artificial intelligence be used to improve the solution of conflicts – both in scientific research and practical application?

Join Dr Felix Steffek (Associate Professor, Faculty of Law) and Mr Ludwig Bull (Alumnus, Founder of CourtCorrect) as they explore leading research and applications of artificial intelligence in the area of law and dispute resolution. The audience will have the chance to discuss key elements of using artificial intelligence in conflict resolution with the experts: concrete use cases, the creation of datasets, algorithms and their characteristics, ethical challenges and the implementation of artificial intelligence in existing dispute resolution procedures. 

Speakers

Dr Felix Steffek (St John's 2002)

Felix Steffex

Felix Steffek is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Cambridge and Director of Studies at Newnham College. He serves as Co-Director of the Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL) and Director of International Strategy and Partnerships. He has been awarded a JM Keynes Fellowship in Financial Economics by the University of Cambridge. He is a Visiting Professor at Notre Dame University. His research interests cover dispute resolution, corporate law, insolvency law, commercial law and technology & law. 

Felix Steffek is a Member of the EU Expert Group on Restructuring and Insolvency Law, the OECD Advisory Panel for Access to Justice and the UNIDROIT Working Group on Effective Enforcement. He serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Corporate Law Studies, the Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies and other academic journals. He is the principal investigator of a research project on artificial intelligence and law funded by the Nuffield Foundation. 

He has acted as policy advisor and expert for the European Commission, the European Parliament, the World Bank, the OECD, UNIDROIT, the Financial Stability Board, the EBRD, national governments, courts, parliaments and LawTech start-ups. He received his education at Cambridge (LLM), Heidelberg (PhD, undergraduate) and Hamburg (Habilitation, court clerkship). 

Ludwig Bull (Sidney Sussex 2015)

ludwig

Ludwig Bull is CEO & Founder of CourtCorrect, an AI platform specialising in dispute resolution based in London. CourtCorrect has raised over £2m in venture capital and partners with large multinational organisations and public bodies to assess, manage and resolve consumer and business disputes. Ludwig read law at the University of Cambridge before founding CourtCorrect. Ludwig is also a lecturer in Compliance & AI at the HWZ University of Applied Sciences in Business Administration in Zurich and a Visiting Researcher at the Hitotsubashi University of Tokyo.

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In-person lectures at the Sidgwick Site as part of Alumni Festival cost £15 per person.

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Sidgwick Site
West Road
Cambridge
CB3 9DP
United Kingdom

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