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AI & Arbitration: A Compatible Marriage?

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As the data revolution comes increasingly to characterize the new global economy, artificial intelligence (AI) is predicted to be the most disruptive technology of the twenty-first century. Recent studies predict a USD 15 .7 trillion economic impact by 2030 due to the surge of AI. Inevitably, with the metaverse at hand utilising the principles and features of AI, trending and future applications will range from the use of AI in the arbitration process to its expansion as a tool for procedural management in the tribunal framework. This article explores how AI and arbitration complement each other in the legal sector.

This talk is part of the Darwin College Humanities and Social Sciences Seminars series.

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