Arbitrator Intelligence Ambassadors are talented legal practitioners who help guide AI’s project development internationally and raise awareness about how Arbitrator Intelligence and AIQ responses can increase transparency, accountability, and diversity globally
Welcome New Ambassadors!
Arbitrator Intelligence is delighted to announce that new Arbitrator Intelligence Ambassadors have been appointed for the 2020-2021 term.
The new Ambassadors hail from more than 40 jurisdictions worldwide and are an international group of seasoned arbitration experts and legal tech practitioners, arbitrators, barristers, in-house counsel, arbitration lecturers, counsel at arbitral institutions and LLM/PhD candidates.
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Arbitrator Intelligence is delighted to announce the winners of the inaugural Arbitrator Intelligence Ambassadors’ Essay Competition!
Joint First Place
- David Molina Coello
- Aditya Singh Chauhan
- Aichell Alvarado
- Mirko Olmos
Thank you to all who participated in the essay competition!
Besides fairness, international arbitration should embrace diversity and inclusiveness as core values, hence efforts should be made in order to guarantee access to all these attributes in the same measure. Fairness may include the right to be heard, having both an independent and impartial panel, etc. however, when scholars discuss the underpinning aspects of diversity, it is often reviewed under different groups, such as gender and age diversity, or geographic, and ethnic diversity, when in reality it encompasses more than cultural points. This paper seeks to chart progress of the use of technology in arbitration on this scope.
The evolution of technology throughout the years has directly impacted international arbitration. Its use is not new. As early as 2005, technology was seen and used as a means to improve international arbitration’s efficiency, efficacy and convenience. Now, outstanding legal professionals continue to affirm that technology enhances efficiency and advocacy in international arbitration. This essay analyses how technology enhances efficiency in international arbitration.
¿Las Nuevas Tecnologías Extinguirán El Sistema Arbitral? Kleros: Una Mirada Al Futuro Del Arbitraje Internacional
La Analítica Legal ha incurrido en el arbitraje internacional con cambios disruptivos como los iniciados por Arbitrator Intelligence o Arbilex. Sin que sea directamente aplicable al arbitraje como se ejerce actualmente, se ha desarrollado un sistema de justicia descentralizado llamado Kleros. Este tiene beneficios respecto del arbitraje clásico pues: abarata costos y tiempos de sustanciación, permite el litigio internacional por cuantías menores, asegura la unificación de la información sobre casos pasados, y fortalece la imparcialidad de sus jurados. El desarrollo y perfeccionamiento de este sistema podría traer un cambio significativo en el arbitraje internacional.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) follows the logic that if all attributes of learning and intelligence is accurately traced in-depth, it can be simulated through a computer program. In other words, ‘what holds good for Human Intelligence, also applies to AI. AI is increasingly being used for in the legal industry for various tasks, including practice management, conflicts management, contract review and due diligence, legal assistance, e-discovery review, and outcome prediction (e.g., Motions). This blog discusses the use of AI in arbitration (and, legalities thereof), and fear of this so-called ‘disruptive technology’ vis-à-vis resilience of arbitration as against AI.