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AI Featured in Premier Issue of International Arbitration Journal

June 12, 2015 New Picture

Arbitrator Intelligence is featured in the first-ever issue of Journal of Technology in International Arbitration (JTIA).  In the article, Patricia Shaughnessy, associate professor at Stockholm University and member of the journal’s editorial board, interviews AI Founder and Director Catherine Rogers.  The interview discusses AI‘s trajectory from creation to recent developments to the future plans.  Among other things, the interview outlines how AI will contribute to make the arbitrator selection process more fair and efficient, and addresses concerns and reactions to the project by the arbitration community.

To read the interview and other articles on the most recent tech innovations in international arbitration, check out Volume 1, Number 1 of the Journal of Technology in International Arbitration.

Or, you can read the complete interview here.

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JTIA “aims to explore all aspects of the uses of technology in international arbitration [ranging from the feasible to the futuristic]… and rules and guidelines in development in reaction to technological advances that affect the field of international arbitration.”

Other articles included in the inaugural issue of JTIA include:

JURISDICTION, SOVEREIGNTY, AND THE CREATION OF A GLOBAL SYSTEM FOR ONLINE DISPUTE RESOLUTION — Julia Salasky

ESSAY: LEVERAGING TECHNOLOGY FOR MORE COST-EFFECTIVE ARBITRATION OF CROSS-BORDER COMMERCIAL DISPUTES: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE RANGE OF POSSIBILITIES WITH A FOCUS ON MSMES — Jack Graves

CONTROLLING THE RISING COSTS IN ARBITRATION: WHERE TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP (AND WHERE IT CAN’T) — Daniel E. González, Maria Catalina Carmona, and Roland Potts

BYTES AND PREJUDICE: TECHNOLOGY AS A MEANS TO ADDRESS UNCONSCIOUS BIAS IN ARBITRATORS — Paul H. Cohen

TEN THINGS YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT THE EUROPEAN ODR REGULATION (BUT WERE
TOO AFRAID TO ASK) — G. Brian Hutchinson

WHAT TO DO WHEN PRESSING THE FLESH MEANS BREAKING THE BANK: TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN REMOTE AND IN-PERSON HEARINGS IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION — Samaa A. Haridi and Justin Bart