Topic: Artificial intelligence

AI in IA: survey highlights fear over arbitrator tech skills

This year’s Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner survey has found that practitioners have a low level of confidence in the technical capability of arbitrators to use artificial intelligence tools – and were overwhelmingly in favour of regulating how the technology is used.

09 November 2023

Artificial intelligence in arbitration: evidentiary issues and prospects

Martin Magal, Alexander Calthrop and Katrina Limond of Allen & Overy examine how artificial intelligence will change the way in which parties gather, analyse, and present evidence in international arbitration – concluding that while the technology will not replace lawyers, practitioners who use AI may well replace those who do not.

11 October 2023

Edinburgh hosts inaugural ArbFest

The inaugural Edinburgh International Arbitration Festival, or ArbFest, took place on 21 and 22 September, featuring discussion of emerging technologies and ESG, the advantages of smaller institutions and ISDS. Lilit Nagapetyan, PhD candidate at the Queen Mary School of International Arbitration, reports.

26 September 2023

Silicon Valley centre seeks feedback on AI guidelines

The Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Centre (SVAMC) is inviting comments on its newly published draft guidelines on the use of artificial intelligence in international arbitration.

31 August 2023

Artificial intelligence or stupidity: the future of arbitration?

An event at the Baltic Arbitration Days examined the potential use of artificial intelligence and automated decision-making in dispute resolution – asking whether it would herald a new era of digital arbitration or prove nothing more than a useful assistant.

22 June 2023

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