…emotional intelligence will not always trump artificial intelligence, he argued that human intelligence is fundamentally limited. On the other hand, artificial intelligence, being in its infancy, can only develop and…

Introduction: Two of the most frequent buzz words in our world right now are without doubt: Blockchain & Artificial Intelligence (“AI”). Both technologies have definitely grabbed the attention of the…

…and Artificial Intelligence”, Practical Law Arbitration, 2019. Link: http://arbitrationblog.practicallaw.com/summoning-the-demon-robot-arbitrators-arbitration-and-artificialintelligence/. Nappert, however, relativizes this point: it is no less true that such emotions often lead to nonsense and resolutions contrary to…

…Cecilia discussed the Council of Europe’s first European Ethical Charter on the Use of Artificial Intelligence in Judicial Systems. They all stressed the importance of ensuring equal access, warning that…

…at the end of each arbitration, Arbitrator intelligence will compile the collected about arbitrators, analyze it, and compile it into Arbitrator Intelligence Reports on individual arbitrators. These reports will then…

…assisted by emerging technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence, the answer to such concerns? There is no doubt that technology will increasingly be deployed widely to achieve lower cost…

…arbitrators presided, publications, related commentaries and structured feedback from users and counsel. The resource’s new working title—Arbitrator Intelligence—reflects this broader ambition. To initiate Arbitrator Intelligence, we will be launching a…