From Wetware to Robots to Airware: Imagining a Trajectory for AI-facilitated Justice

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This installation is intended to interrogate the involvement of AI in the justice system. Your comments, if you choose to make any, will help us understand how the public feels about the possibility of AI judges, substantive vs. procedural reasons, and adjudicative vs. predictive justice systems.

This project is being conducted under the auspices of the Autonomy through Cyberjustice Technologies SSHRC partnership grant, which examines the ethical implications of AI in the justice system.

If you want to participate, you can watch the video and at the end you will have the opportunity to offer words, phrases, thoughts, issues, or concerns that come to mind through a Microsoft Form.

These comments will be collected for later analysis and may be used in an academic paper or context as examples of the public’s opinion on these important legal issues.

Your comments will be completely anonymous.

If you have any concerns, you can contact the uOttawa Office of Research Ethics and Integrity, at (613) 562-5387 or

Professor Jane Bailey

Faculty of Law – Common Law Section 

University of Ottawa

(613) 562-5800 ext. 2364  

Dr. Jacquelyn Burkell 

(Acting) Associate Vice President (Research) 

Western University

(519) 661-2111 ext. 89197

This content has been updated on 20 September 2023 at 15 h 16 min.