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Dans le cadre du cycle de conférences Jeunes chercheurs, la Chaire LexUM en information juridique accueille Katie Szilagyi, candidate au doctorat à l’Université d’Ottawa, qui présentera une conférence qui s’intitule « Self-Driving Laws — Rule of Law Problems and the Machine Regulation Thesis » (En anglais).


Katie Szilagyi is a PhD candidate in law at the University of Ottawa. Drawing from training as both an engineer and a lawyer, she is investigating the potential erosion of the rule of law due to machine learning algorithms, predictive analytics, and the fact that people are constantly staring at their smartphones. Previously, she clerked at Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal, worked as a litigator at a large commercial law firm, and traveled the world solo. When not thinking about artificial intelligence, or staring at her smartphone, she teaches yoga, rides bicycles, and searches for the perfect cup of coffee.

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Self-Driving Laws | Rule of Law Problems and the Machine Regulation Thesis
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