From surveillance capitalism to racial bias in AI and deepfake media, SCL Student Bytes are here to give you the latest discussions surrounding the dawn of the fourth industrial revolution.
Episode 6: The Rise of Legal Tech in Asylum Justice
How are HighQ and Bryter are being used to assist Refugees in Greece?Phil Worthington, Managing Director of European Lawyers in Lesvos (ELIL), explains how these platforms are being used to increase access to justice for the thousands of refugees and asylum-seekers on the Greek islands of Lesvos and Samos.
5 Min Answers: Is the law holding AI back?
AI's potential vs legal uncertainty. Who wins?Head of AI at Gowling WLG and co-editor of ‘The Law of Artificial Intelligence’ gives us an insight.Full conversation out now.
Episode 5: Crimes Against Humanity: The impact of digital evidence
Understanding and assisting the use of digital evidence to increase accountability for atrocity crimes and human rights abuses.This goal and more is shared by Bethany Houghton, assistant counsel at Public International Law and Policy Group.
5 Min Answers: How Would You Answer This Year’s SCL Student Essay Prize Question?
There is increasing concern that machine learning tools embed bias in their operations and outputs. To what extent does the law currently provide adequate protection from or adequate redress in respect of any such discrimination?
5 Min Answers: Crimes against humanity are growing more visible online, but does that lead to more accountability?
This clip is taken from a full conversation with Bethany Houghton, assistant counsel at The Public International Law and Policy Group. Coming soon.
Episode 4: Is the law holding AI back?
Matt Hervey--Head of AI at Gowling WLG and co-editor of 'The Law of Artificial Intelligence'--talks about the law's protection against bias in AI, distrust in AI, future of AI law, and more.