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Conferences

Lex cryptographia : la fin de l’État de droit ?

As part of its 2018-2019 “Technocritics of Technoproducts” conference cycle, which offers different angles of discussion and a critical approach to the incorporation of technologies into the various spheres of social, political or economic life, the LexUM Chair in legal information invites you to the conference “Lex cryptographia : la fin de l’État de droit” (“Lex […] Read more

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Lawyers and the defense of the rule of law in a world of algorithms (CCBE Conference 2018)

On November 30, 2018, Gregory Lewkowicz will be one of the keynote speakers at the annual conference of the Council of Bars and Law Societies (CCBE) on artificial intelligence in the field of justice. He will give a lecture entitled “Lawyers and the defense of the rule of law in a world of algorithms” during […] Read more

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(Re)Making and Regulating Life and Livelihoods Across Borders: Transnational Bioeconomy, Law, and Governance

Biotechnological industry, researchers, and governments have entered a new constellation, regime, and accelerated phase, called the Bioeconomy. This agenda – which exists in the form of policy, funding programs, white papers, etc. – reimagines how we live, how we live together with other kinds of life, and, directly, reimagines these other kinds of life at […] Read more

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An interview of Karim Benyekhlef in the magazine L’Obs

The latest issue of the French magazine L’Obs devotes an article to the presentation of the Laboratoire de cyberjustice, led by Professor Karim Benyekhlef of the Université de Montréal, and outlines how it contributes to supporting the evolution of law amidst a global technological environment in constant evolution. To read Sara Daniel’s article, continue here. Read more

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Launching of Alexandre-Koyré Chair and nomination of Gregory Lewkowicz

The technological upheaval in which the world is committed leads to the opening of a new chair of multidisciplinary excellence in the field of artificial intelligence law research at the Faculty of Nice. Led by Professor Marina Teller, the Alexandre-Koyré Chair – named after a mathematician, philosopher and theoretician of the “technological revolution” – had […] Read more