Germany and Japan are facing similar social and political challenges by an increasing digitalization and development of artificial intelligence in the judiciary, administration, economy and science. The symposium will tackle the question, if the new opportunities arising from the breathtaking developments in the field of artificial intelligence engender risks for the rule of law or if the chances prevail. Furthermore, the implications for the professions of judges, lawyers and scholars will be discussed. The symposium will offer a framework for a legal comparison amongst outstanding experts and the discussion of common sustainable solutions.
The conference takes place on Friday, 4 October 2019, from 9 am until 6:30 pm
Conference languages are German and Japanese with simultaneous interpretation.
Venue: Keiō University, Tokyo East Research Building Hall (8 F), Mita Campus Building No. 13
For registration, please refer to the Homepage der DJJV
Further Information: Mrs. FURUICHI (Arqis Law Office, Tōkyō), E-Mail DJJV@Arqis.com or Tel.: +81 3 6438-2770.
The symposium is supported by the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (BMJV).