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Artificial intelligence can help courts improve efficiency and quality25th May 2022
In certain court cases a computer can autonomously generate draft decisions, and in almost all court cases it can offer valuable support to courts and court clerks. Yet even though artificial intelligence can improve efficiency and quality, the added value that human judges bring to the process of administering justice remains indisputable.
Tilburg University partner in Gravitation research program 'The Algorithmic Society’02nd May 2022
Minister Robbert Dijkgraaf of Education, Culture and Science has awarded 21.3 million euros under NWO's Gravitation program to the project 'The Algorithmic Society' of a consortium of five universities led by the University of Amsterdam. Tilburg Law School is a co-applicant and bears responsibility for one of the three areas of research in the project, the judiciary.
Esther Keymolen appointed Professor of Digital Technology Regulation01st April 2022
Tilburg University has appointed Dr. Esther Keymolen Professor of Digital Regulation as of 1 April 2022. With her research Dr. Keymolen will contribute to a conceptual recalibration of key concepts such as responsibility and trustworthiness in the legal domain.
European Research Council awards TILT researchers grant to develop safer mental health apps08th February 2022
The European Research Council has awarded a so-called Proof of Concept Grant worth 150,000 euros to Prof. Linnet Taylor and Dr. Tineke Broer in order to develop a new rating system for app safety.