June 30, 2021, 16:00
The National School of Judges, with assistance from the USAID New Justice Program and in cooperation with the National Judicial College, Reno, USA, offers a series of open webinars on various topics for judges, judicial clerks, and court staff.
The next webinar in this series – “Artificial Intelligence (Al): What Judges Have to Know?”
In the future, judges will not only hear cases involving Artificial Intelligence (AI); moreover, they will be using AI in their own work to determine the risk of criminal defendants, the amount of bail, and to assess the appropriate sentences. This webinar will help participants explore how a judge can determine if an AI system can be trustworthy.
After this 120-minute webcast, participants will be able to:
- Determine the trustworthiness of an AI system;
- Recognize the potential for litigation involving AI;
- Identify how AI will change the art of judging;
- Identify how AI will change the practice of law.
Working language: English. Simultaneous translation into Ukrainian will be provided.
The webinar will be conducted on the Zoom platform. You can join the meeting at this link.
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Information on other webinars of this series is available here.