On May 30, 2023 Webinar “AI in Chinese Courts and Europe – A first-hand Account” took place.
Webinar was organized by the New Technologies Committee of the European Association of Lawyers (AEA-EAL) with the involvement of the Shenzen Lawyers Association.
It is worth mentioning that the webinar head continuous character of the meeting that took place on April 20 “AI in Chinese Courts – A first-hand account”.
The general overview, as well as the moderation of the webinar, was made by Mr. Iain G. Mitchell KC – Barrister and King’s Counsel as well as Chairperson of the New Technologies Committee of the European Association of Lawyers (AEA-EAL)
The meeting was focused on covering questions such as:
Can Artificial Intelligence (AI) ever replace judges? And Can AI ever replace lawyers?
During the discussion, it was highlighted that the question of whether AI can replace judges is a complex and debated topic. Judicial decision-making involves not only interpreting and applying the law but also considering the nuanced aspects of each case, such as empathy, context, and moral judgment.
Moreover, there are ethical and legal concerns associated with AI in the Judiciary. Transparency, accountability, and the potential for bias in AI algorithms are critical issues that need to be addressed before considering their extensive use in Judicial systems.
At the end of the meeting, participants agreed that similar discussions will have a continuing character in the near future.
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