Special event: Nathalie Smuha in conversation with Abdi Aidid on algorithmic decision-making in the judiciary

Algorithms are being used in legal processes from case analysis to sentencing recommendations and beyond. Leveraging the advantages of algorithmic tools while addressing ethical considerations is a critical task.

Schwartz Reisman Institute (SRI) Research Lead Anna Su will host Nathalie Smuha, a legal scholar and philosopher at the KU Leuven Faculty of Law and Criminology, and Abdi Aidid, assistant professor at the University of Toronto for a discussion on AI and the judiciary.

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