ALTS: AI-enabled Legal Technologies and their Consequences on Society


Project summary

The project seeks to enable conversations about delivering human-centred techniques and tools to help stakeholders explore the horizons of possibilities and to define an envelope of acceptability for AI-based Software Responsibility focusing on legal aspects.  A series of activities are planned to include two IAS seminars; creating a consortium for an ambitious interdisciplinary project; and designing an inter-department teaching module on the topic AI-enabled legal technologies.

Term: Epiphany

Principal Investigators:

Dr Nelly Bencomo, Department of Computer Science
Professor William Lucy, Durham Law School
Professor Mariann Hardey, Department of Marketing and Management

Further details



Posted on

September 15, 2023

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