William & Mary Law School’s Fredric I. Lederer and the Center for Legal and Court Technology (CLCT) are part of an exciting new project on Artificial Intelligence and Justice, funded by the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
The Autonomy through Cyberjustice Technologies ("ACT") Research Partnership project aims to increase access to justice through the use of artificial intelligence.
For six years, Lederer, Chancellor Professor of Law and Director of the CLCT, and his staff will collaborate with the multidisciplinary and international ACT team composed of 45 researchers and 42 partners benefiting from the infrastructure of the Laboratoire de cyberjustice / Cyberjustice Laboratory, in Montreal. To see the full press release, please click here.
The CLCT is a joint project of William & Mary Law School and the National Center for State Courts.
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