This online event is hosted by CIArb, entitled ‘Robomediators? AI and Automation’ and takes place on 4 November 2021 from 1pm to 2pm UK Time. Please check your local time zone.
We will be exploring the use of AI and automation in mediation.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is widely considered to be a defining element of our future. Already, business leaders point to AI as the most impactful and transformative technology driving digitalisation. Unsurprisingly, AI has entered the dispute resolution field as the engine behind many automation and analysis tools, including some applied within dispute resolution processes.
Just as AI is lauded, it is also feared. Given that its spread is inevitable, we must understand what AI actually is, and how it may impact mediation.
In our fourth Mediation Tech Tracker webinar, we’ll answer the following questions:
What is artificial intelligence?
What are the current applications of AI in the legal industry, and in dispute resolution specifically?
How can AI improve the delivery of justice?
How can we utilise the potential of AI and/or automation in our mediation practice?
Who should attend:
dispute resolution professionals
technology enthusiasts at all stages of their careers
To learn all this and more, join our expert guest Colin Rule in discussion with Karolina Jackowicz. Let’s transform mediation so that it’s fit for the digital age.
There are eight webinars in the MTT series taking place each Thursday between 14 October and 2 December 2021. Book your place for this and future webinars in the series.
Cost & Registration: Attendance is free of charge but pre-registration is required.
There are eight webinars in the Mediation Tech Track series taking place each Thursday between 14 October and 2 December 2021. Book your place for this and future webinars in the series.
Follow the Mediation Tech Tracker LinkedIn page to be kept updated on the series.
Karolina Jackowicz is a CEDR-accredited mediator and a UX designer and a legal tech entrepreneur. Karolina’s mission is to transform the mediation practice with innovative tools and a customer-centred focus, so it can better serve the needs of the digital economy.
This tech and design expertise combined with a passion for teaching and life-long learning result in Mediation Tech Tracker – your guide for the journey towards digitalising mediation.
Colin Rule is President and CEO of Mediate.com and Arbitrate.com. In 2011 Colin co-founded Modria.com, an Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) provider based in Silicon Valley, which was acquired by Tyler Technologies in 2017. From 2017 to 2020 Colin served as Vice President of ODR at Tyler. From 2003 to 2011 Colin was Director of ODR for eBay and PayPal. Colin has worked in the dispute resolution field for 25 years as a mediator, trainer, and consultant. He is currently Co-Chair of the Advisory Board at the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution at UMass-Amherst, and is a Lecturer-in-Law at the Gould Center for Conflict Resolution at Stanford Law School.
Iga Kurowska works as Head of Legal Innovation & Legaltech at Aktion legal, a corporate law firm in Spain. She holds a PhD from Sorbonne Law School, dedicating her research to data-driven international M&As. She has experience working as a French lawyer and a university lecturer, as well as a startup founder (with exit to Wolters Kluwer). She is an author of numerous publications on legaltech and a member of international initiatives around legal innovation, such as AIJA Legaltech Board or Global Legaltech Consortium.