Thought leadership | 09 Jun 2020
Predictive policing: will you do time before the crime?
The limitations of software that predicts future crimes before they occur need to be recognised, a UNSW expert says.
Achievement | 12 Feb 2020
Online legal startup pitches onto global stage
A dispute resolution software startup has won an entrepreneur shark tank competition promoting tech innovation within the legal industry.
Research | Thought leadership | 28 Nov 2019
Artificial intelligence – where are we heading?
Professor Lyria Bennett Moses, Director at The Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation at UNSW, explains the legal terminology of AI, and increasing concerns about facial recognition software.
Research | Thought leadership | 23 Aug 2019
UNSW Sydney represented in World Legal Summit
An international legal summit co-sponsored by UNSW Law earlier this month brought together legal practitioners and technology experts to better understand and compare important issues in technology governance worldwide.
Opinion | Research | 10 May 2019
Controlling killer robots: how do we do it?
Autonomous weapons are cheap and fast but there is rising concern at their ability to make decisions that value human life.
Opinion | 06 Mar 2019
UNSW Law's Professor Lyria Bennett Moses facilitates panel on artificial intelligence
A panel of experts at a UNSW Alumni event discussed the role artificial intelligence already plays within our society.
23 Oct 2018
UNSW Law students design apps to provide greater access to justice
UNSW Law students will showcase their own digital legal applications when they compete at the end of their ‘Designing Technology Solutions for Access to Justice’ course.
24 Nov 2017
New innovation and technology hub to tackle the future of law and the legal profession
Two new strategic alliances between UNSW and Allens and the Law Society of NSW will aim to tackle the challenges of technological change and its impact on lawyers, law and the legal system.Two new strategic alliances between UNSW Sydney and each of Allens and the Law Society of New South Wales will aim to tackle some of the increasingly complex challenges presented by digital and other technological transformations and their impact on lawyers, law and the legal system.
Research | 24 Nov 2017
UNSW launches Allens hub for tech, law and innovation
The University of NSW has unveiled a major legal research centre backed by national law firm Allens and the state Law Society that will focus on innovation and technology within society and the legal profession.The centre, to be known as the Allens Hub for Technology, Law & Innovation, is supported financially by a five-year commitment from the Law Society of $250,000 a year as well as an undisclosed sum from Allens.