日独シンポジウム リーガルテック 法および司法における人工知能 ―チャンスとリスク―

デジタル化と人工知能(AI)は、法律家の職務に、また司法制度自体にも根本的な影響を及ぼす可能性があります。本シンポジウムでは、AIテクノロジーによって法律業務にもたらされるチャンスやリスクについて、日本とドイツの専門家が議論します。

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日本とドイツはデジタル化の進行と人工知能の分野の発展により、司法、行政、経済、研究において同様に大きな社会的、政治的課題に直面しています。本シンポジウムでは驚異的な速さで進む人工知能分野の発展が生み出す新たな可能性が法治国家にとってリスク、あるいはチャンスとなるのか、そしてこれが裁判官、弁護士、研究者、経済法学者の業務にどのような影響を及ぼすのかを考察します。本シンポジウムでは傑れた講演者の方々と共に日独の法を比較しながら、相互に持続可能な解決方法を見出す交流の場を設けたいと考えております。

 

2019104日(金)

慶應義塾大学
〒108-8345 東京都港区三田2-15-45
三田キャンパス 東館(8階)

言語:日本語およびドイツ語(同時通訳付き) 

 

主催:フリードリヒ・エーベルト財団、ベルリン日独センター、独日法律家協会、ドイツ科学イノベーションフォーラム東京、ドイツ連邦弁護士会ならびに慶應義塾大学法学部 

後援:ドイツ連邦司法消費者保護省

 

 

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Events

Symposium „LegalTech: Artificial Intelligence in the legal system – benefits and risks“

Digitalization and Artificial intelligence (AI) have a fundamental impact on working processes – for legal professionals, but possibly even for the legal system itself. The symposium discusses the benefits and risks of AI technologies in legal services with experts from Japan and Germany.

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EPRIE 2019 - Overcoming the challenges posed by social media: How to make it work for social change?

EPRIE aims to share and exchange perspectives and experiences between East Asia and Europe. In 2018, we examined the challenges posed to the media sector by populism and post-truth politics. This year, together with media practitioners, actors from civil society, scholars and politicians, we will focus on social media as a tool for social change.

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C20 Summit "Promoting Peace, Human Rights and Democratic Governance through the SDG 16+"

Growing inequality, humanitarian crisis and violation of fundamental human rights threaten the international community. As conditions and space for civic society to find solutions to these challenges remain restricted, protecting human rights and the freedom of civic society are crucial. To achieve the SDG 16 focusing on Peace, Human Rights and Democratic Governance the civil society and the world leaders of the G20 must solve global challenges together. During the 2019 Summit "Promoting Peace, Human Rights and Democratic Governance through the SDG 16+" the Tokyo Democracy Forum will review and discuss these challenges within SDG 16 and adopt the Declaration of Tokyo Democracy Forum.

 

 

 

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Latest Publications

Publication "The future of the German automotive industry. Transformation by disaster or by design?"

New concepts of digital mobility from China and Silicon Valley and the issue of environmental driving bans for diesel cars pose grave challenges to the traditional German car industry - the backbone of the German economy. German policies must support the transformation of mobility by initiating a stakeholder dialogue to forge a pact for future mobility to transform the German automotive industry.

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"Education and Patriotism" - A Documentary

The TV documentary "Education and Patriotism" (Kyōiku to aikoku) provides a critical look at recent debates surrounding the introduction of moral education in Japanese elementary and middle schools as a new subject and in particular focuses on the compilation, examination, approval and selection of textbooks for classes in moral education, while extending the analysis to the ongoing history textbook controversies.

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Renewable Energy Policies and the Energy Transition in Japan

This report outlines Japan’s renewable energy policy and the state of the energy transition in the country. It includes current prospects for climate change policy and the status of electrical power systems including nuclear power issues, status sand support policy of renewable energy as well as social issues and political feasibility. Furthermore, long-term vision and scenarios for promoting an energy transition are discussed, including community power and credit systems. Finally, policy recommendations are proposed for promoting energy transition in Japan.

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