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Webinar on the Use of Artificial Intelligence in the Field of Justice

On 26 and 29 March 2021, the European Commission will host a webinar on the use of artificial intelligence technologies in the field of justice.

This will be the first in a series of events, which are a follow-up to the Communication of the Commission itself on the Digitalisation of Justice in the European Union of 2 December 2020 (reported here on this blog).

The topic of the first webinar is the Anonymisation and pseudonymisation of judicial decisions.

The webinar will bring together representatives of the academia, the private sector and the Member States with the aim to further discussions, in particular on publication of judicial decisions practices, including online publication, provision of judicial decisions as open data, approaches towards the protection of personal data, techniques for anonymisation and pseudonymisation of judicial decisions, existing projects and solutions at the national level and solutions available on the market…

Speakers include Eero Hyvönen (Aalto University and University of Helsinki), Monica Palmirani (University of Bologna), Edita Gruodytė (Vytautas Magnus University) and Louis Béziaud (University of Rennes).

The full program is available here. For the web streaming service see here (26 March) and here (29 March).

Marion is law professor at Artois University (France)

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