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ThinkINchina Event#71 - AI-typical courts: how could Artificial Intelligence transform China's legal system?
Thursday, April 18, 2019 19:00 to 21:30
Wilderness Coffee, Wudaokou Chengfu Road, Huaqing Jiayuan 12 bldg, From Wudaokou subway station, exit B, walks towards South
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ThinkINchina Event#71 - AI-typical courts: how could Artificial Intelligence transform China's legal system?

Price: Free

ThinkINchina Event#71 - AI-typical courts: how could Artificial Intelligence transform China's legal system?
Thursday, April 18, 2019 19:00 to 21:30
Wilderness Coffee, Wudaokou Chengfu Road, Huaqing Jiayuan 12 bldg, From Wudaokou subway station, exit B, walks towards South
Organizer: ThinkIN China More Events

Price: Free

ThinkINchina Event#71 - AI-typical courts: how could Artificial Intelligence transform China's legal system?

Thursday, April 18, 2019 19:00 to 21:30 Wilderness Coffee, Wudaokou Chengfu Road, Huaqing Jiayuan 12 bldg, From Wudaokou subway station, exit B, walks towards South

Price: Free

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Thursday, April 18, 2019 19:00 to 21:30

Wilderness Coffee, Wudaokou Chengfu Road, Huaqing Jiayuan 12 bldg, From Wudaokou subway station, exit B, walks towards South Wilderness Coffee, Wudaokou Chengfu Road, Huaqing Jiayuan 12 bldg, From Wudaokou subway station, exit B, walks towards South
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ThinkINchina was born in the fall of 2010 as a monthly academic discussion organized by young scholars and researchers, who live, study and work in China. It is thought as an informal channel of communication between the Chinese discourse regarding China and the foreign community of researchers and students that are in Beijing for improving their understanding of China itself. Our core objective is to maintain an interface at which the expatriate and Chinese host communities can freely challenge one another's assumptions and work towards mutual understanding. We therefore prioritize discussion over one-way transmission of information and offer no-cost, open access to all our live events and online resources. 


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Artificial Intelligence has the power to redefine the way we live. The growing use of AI technologies in entertainment, education, transportation and healthcare is set to have a profound impact on these fields. Most recently, the application of AI technologies in the legal and justice system has raised important ethical questions about the potential benefits and limitations of using AI capabilities in the future.



In June 2018, iFlytek, a leading Chinese Information Technology company, announced a partnership with the high courts of three Chinese provinces. Since then, the use of AI in Chinese law courts has escalated, with the PRC Supreme People's Court recently issuing an Opinions on Accelerating Building of Smart Courts. Currently, AI robots are used to provide litigation guidance and risk analysis, assisting with tasks such as electronic case submission, trial recording and, in the case of the Shanghai Higher People's Courts, act as assistants to the judicial system.


The application of AI technologies in courts could result in increased accuracy, transparency and efficiency during court hearings. However, doubts remain about whether AI technologies can yet meet the complex demands of the legal system. AI robots might, for instance, simply replicate the structural social prejudices of the database they rely on. Has this been the case in China? How do we weigh up the benefits and limitations of using AI technologies in the legal system? What is the future of AI technologies in Chinese courts?


Join our event#71 for a conversation on the application of Artificial Intelligence to the legal and justice system with Professor Ray Campbell and Professor Benjamin Liu.


http://www.thinkinchina.asia/71-ai-typical-courts-artificial-intelligence-transform-chinas-legal-system/ 



ThinkINchina is moving back to Wudaokou, we’ll be hosted by a venue that just went into business, Wilderness Coffee – 荒野咖啡 in Chinese, the former Sculpting in Time. 


Wilderness Coffee, Wudaokou Chengfu Road, Huaqing Jiayuan 12 bldg

From Wudaokou subway station, exit B, walks towards South

北京市海淀区五道口成府路,华清嘉园12号楼2层

五道口地铁站B口西南100米 – 原雕刻时光旧址



As always, our events are free, we kindly ask you to register in advance for helping us in the organization of the venue, thanks!

Registration will start at 6pm and close at 6.45, seats are distributed on a first come, first served basis. Arriving later won't guarantee you a seat.

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  • Ray Campbell

    Peking University School of Transnational Law

    Professor of Law

  • Benjamin Liu

    University of Auckland Business School

    Senior Lecturer

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ThinkINchina was born in the fall of 2010 as a monthly academic discussion organized by young scholars and researchers, who live, study and work in China. It is thought as an informal channel of communication between the Chinese discourse regarding China and the foreign community of researchers and students that are in Beijing for improving their understanding of China itself. Our core objective is to maintain an interface at which the expatriate and Chinese host communities can freely challenge one another's assumptions and work towards mutual understanding. We therefore prioritize discussion over one-way transmission of information and offer no-cost, open access to all our live events and online resources. 


Learn more at www.thinkinchina.asia 


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