On October 19, 2023, Mitisha Gaur had the pleasure of attending DigiCon III, a conference on digital transformation and innovation, in Florence, Italy. She attended as a panelist in the roundtable on the public use of AI and during her talk focused on fundamental rights impact assessment under the EU’s proposed AI Act. The roundtable was […]
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Mitisha Gaur, ESR with the LeADS Project, recently presented at which took place on the 15th of September in Utrecth, NL. Mitisha is researching predictive justice applications deployed across courts and government bodies to augment and support decision making practices as well as how such predictive justice systems interact within the legal and regulatory ecosystem. […]
The VALKYRIES Project– funded from the European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, focused on analyzing, improving and developing infrastructures, protocols, and prompt data exchange standardisation and harmonisation tactics to increase effectiveness and interoperability in cross-frontier and cross-sector emergency situations, conducted its third ethical legal workshop titled “Dealing With Ethical Legal Issues Technology Development: […]
The IE Law School (Madrid, Spain) hosted a conference on the 29th and 30th of September – LawTomation Days, which was focused on the examination and discussion about the development of AI in various aspects of society. ESR Mitisha Gaur presented her work with predictive justice as a panel member on the discussion track Legal […]
Predictive analytics, which can be understood as the application of artificial intelligence (machine learning and deep learning) based computer algorithms, to predict the future activities of a datasets based on their past or current behaviors are increasingly finding applications across different domains and sectors. In the legal and civic fields, predictive analytics while previously known […]