AI FOR JUSTICE

Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable
institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology
can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and
underserved communities.

This year’s AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.

Speakers, Panelists and Moderators

  • JOSEPH DUNN
    JOSEPH DUNN
    Founding Chair, Board of Directors
    Zero Abuse Project
    Senator Dunn (Ret.) is the founding Chair, Board of Directors,, of the Zero Abuse Project, a new nonprofit focused on reducing the incidence of sexual exploitation of children in all of its forms on a global basis. Senator Dunn is also currently the Assistant Dean of External Relations as well as a Lecturer at the UCI School of Law. He serves as the primary point person for the launch of the UCI Cybersecurity Policy and Research Institute, the Civil Justice Research Institute, and the UCI Institute on Policing in Society. Senator Dunn was a member of the California State Senate from 1998-2006. While serving in the Legislature, he chaired key committees such as the Senate Judiciary Committee and the Senate Housing and Transportation Committee. He received international acclaim as Chair of the Senate Investigation Committee into the 2001 California Energy Crisis. California Lawyer Magazine labeled Senator Dunn as “the Man Who Cracked Enron.” Between 2006-2014, Sen. Dunn served as CEO of both the State Bar of California, the judicial branch regulatory body overseeing all aspects of the profession of law, and the California Medical Association, the most influential state medical organization in the nation, representing more than 30,000 California doctors. Prior to entering the Senate, Senator Dunn practiced law, handling cases involving the sexual exploitation of children, products liability litigation relating to defective medical devices and pharmaceuticals, and environmental cases. He received his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of Minnesota School of Law (1983) and his B.A magna cum laude from The College of St. Thomas (1980).​
  • CAMPBELL WILSON
    CAMPBELL WILSON
    Co-Director Monash/Australian Federal Police AiLECS Lab
    Monash University
    Dr Wilson is a Senior Lecturer and Associate Dean (International) at the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University. His interests include digital forensics, information retrieval, machine learning and bioinformatics.
  • THOMAS GIRARDI
    THOMAS GIRARDI
    Attorney and Founder of Girardi & Keese
    Girardi & Keese
    Thomas Vincent Girardi is an attorney and a founder, with Robert Keese, of Girardi & Keese, a downtown Los Angeles law firm. Widely regarded by his peers as one of the nation’s top trial lawyers and with nearly fifty years of experience representing victims, Thomas V. Girardi has obtained numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements, handling claims involving wrongful death, commercial litigation, products liability, bad faith insurance, and toxic torts. In 2003, he received the most prestigious honor of being inducted into the Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame by the California State Bar. Mr. Girardi is a Member of the Board of Directors and former President of the prestigious International Academy of Trial Lawyers, an invitation-only worldwide organization, limited to 500 trial lawyers. Mr. Girardi is also the first trial lawyer to be appointed to the California Judicial Council, the policymaking body of the state courts.
  • L. SONG RICHARDSON
    L. SONG RICHARDSON
    Dean and Chancellor's Professor of Law
    UCI Law
    L. Song Richardson is the Dean and Chancellor’s Professor of Law at the University of California, Irvine School of Law with joint appointments in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society and in the Department of Asian American Studies. She received her AB from Harvard College and her JD from Yale Law School. Her interdisciplinary research uses lessons from cognitive and social psychology to study decision-making and judgment in a variety of contexts. Her scholarship has been published by law journals at Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Duke and Northwestern, among others. Her article, “Police Efficiency and the Fourth Amendment” was selected as a “Must Read” by the National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys. Her co-edited book, The Constitution and the Future of Criminal Justice in America, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2013. She is a co-editor of Criminal Procedure, Cases and Materials published by West Academic Publishing. Currently, she is working on a book that examines the history of race in the U.S. and its implications for law and policy. Dean Richardson’s legal career has included partnership at a boutique criminal law firm and work as a state and federal public defender in Seattle, Washington. She was also an Assistant Counsel at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. Immediately upon graduation from law school, Dean Richardson was a Skadden Arps Public Interest Fellow with the National Immigration Law Center in Los Angeles and the Legal Aid Society’s Immigration Unit in Brooklyn, NY. A leading expert on implicit racial and gender bias, Richardson is frequently invited to speak to law firms, district attorney and public defender offices, police departments, universities, judges, bar associations, and private industry across the nation about the science of implicit bias and its influence on decisions, perceptions, and judgments. She also presents her work at academic symposia and non-academic legal conferences. She has won numerous awards and recognitions, including the American Association of Law School’s Derrick Bell Award, which recognizes a faculty member’s extraordinary contributions to legal education through mentoring, teaching, and scholarship. She was recently named one of the Top Women Lawyers in California by The Daily Journal, one of the 100 Most Influential business and opinion shapers in Orange County, and one of the two most influential Korean Americans in OC. Dean Richardson is a member of the American Law Institute. She is also on the Executive Committee of the Association of American Law Schools, an association whose goal is to uphold and advance excellence in legal education, including promoting the core values of excellence in teaching and scholarship, academic freedom, and diversity while seeking to improve the legal profession, to foster justice, and to serve local, national and international communities.
  • JOHN KAMARA
    JOHN KAMARA
    Director
    Machine Intelligence Institute of Africa (MIIA)
    He is a Tech Entrepreneur with over 20 years’ experience working in new market acquisitions across various technology verticals in Europe, America, Asia and Africa. John is one of Africa’s leading experts on how businesses can leverage key technology trends, transform organizations and drive competitive advantage for impact in industries including finance, agriculture, health, education, gaming and startup enterprises. He is a Pan African renowned business leader, entrepreneur, investor, consultant, mentor and public speaker holding multiple roles including Founder Adalabs Kenya – AI and smart tech lab accelerating and training entrepreneurs and developers in east Africa and Founder Afyarekod – AI led consumer driven medical record storage platform for consumers.
  • BERENICE BOUTIN
    BERENICE BOUTIN
    Senior researcher in international law, Project leader DILEMA
    T.M.C. Asser Instituut
  • FRITS BUSSEMAKER
    FRITS BUSSEMAKER
    ​Chair
    Institute for Accountability in the Digital Age (I4ADA)
    Partner and Secretary General International Relations CIONET, a network of over 6500 CIOs and Digital leaders in Europe and South-America. He represents CIONET on a number of European Commission projects in the area of eSkills and eLeadership development. He founded the Global Digital Leaders Alliance, linking the CIO communities from China, India, Europe, Russia, South America and the US to each other and representing over 25.000 Digital Leaders. He is the founder and chair of iPoort a community for the members of the Dutch parliament to discuss the value and role of IT in the Dutch society. He sits on the board of advice of a number of international associations and academic institutions including the Global Industry Council Directors of the IP3, an UNESCO-consultative body, the Assciation for Accountability and Internet Democracy, the ACM Marketing Board, Digital Africa, IPBPM in Portugal, the BPM-Forum and General Council Netherlands. He has helped organize numerous conferences including WCIT2010; WCC2012; the World CIO Forum, Xian; Future of Finance, San Francisco; K.E.Y. Platform, Seoul, and several TEDx events. He is frequently asked to speak at or moderate events. Occasionally, he coaches organizations on collaboration and strategy. He has an MSc from Delft University. His goal is to explore the interaction of Information Technology, Innovation and Impact. ​​

Hourly Schedule

9:00 - 10:15
Part 1
Speakers and moderators coming soon
10:15 - 11:00
Coffee break
11:00 - 12:15
Part 2
Speakers and moderators coming soon
CEDRIC VILLANI
CEDRIC VILLANI
AI Strategic Advisor to President Macron, Mathematics Field Medal Winner
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FEI FANG
FEI FANG
Assistant Professor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
YOSHUA BENGIO
YOSHUA BENGIO
Founder and Scientific Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
TIMNIT GEBRU
TIMNIT GEBRU
Computer Scientist and the technical co-lead of the Ethical Artificial Intelligence Team
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
STUART RUSSELL
STUART RUSSELL
Professor, Author of "Human Compatible"
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FRANCESCA ROSSI
FRANCESCA ROSSI
Professor of Computer Science, IBM AI Ethics Global Leader, AI for Gender Inclusivity Breakthrough Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ROGER PENROSE
ROGER PENROSE
Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of Mathematics
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
YAN HUANG
YAN HUANG
Director of AI Innovation
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
THOMAS WIEGAND
THOMAS WIEGAND
FG-AI4H Chair, Professor, and Executive Director; AI for Humanizing Health Solution Track Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
STEPHEN IBARAKI
STEPHEN IBARAKI
Co-Chairman ACM Practitioner Board
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RAMESH KRISHNAMURTHY
RAMESH KRISHNAMURTHY
Senior Advisor, Department of Information, Evidence and Research
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NAOMI LEE
NAOMI LEE
FG-AI4H Vice-Chair, Executive Editor; AI for Humanizing Health Solution Track Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SAMEER PUJARI
SAMEER PUJARI
Project Manager
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SHAN XU
SHAN XU
Engineer, Smar​t Health Department
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JAN FEILING
JAN FEILING
Company Builder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
LUCAS DI GRASSI
LUCAS DI GRASSI
CEO & Formula-E Racing World Champion; UN ambassador for clean air.
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BRYN BALCOMBE
BRYN BALCOMBE
Director & CSO, Roborace; AI for Safe & Smart Mobility Solution Track Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
HOULIN ZHAO
HOULIN ZHAO
Secretary-General
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
VICKI HANSON
VICKI HANSON
CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANOUSHEH ANSARI
ANOUSHEH ANSARI
CEO, Space Ambassador; first female private space explorer; AI for Gender Inclusivity Breakthrough Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANJA KASPERSEN
ANJA KASPERSEN
Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RAY KURZWEIL
RAY KURZWEIL
Best-selling author, futurist, inventor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JEAN-PHILIPPE COURTOIS
JEAN-PHILIPPE COURTOIS
Executive VP and President, Microsoft Global Sales, Marketing and Operations
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JOANN STONIER
JOANN STONIER
Chief Data Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JIM HAGEMANN SNABE
JIM HAGEMANN SNABE
Chairman of the Board
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CÉCILE CABANIS
CÉCILE CABANIS
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
VLADIMIR KRAMNIK
VLADIMIR KRAMNIK
World Chess Champion
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
YVES DACCORD
YVES DACCORD
Director-General
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MALCOLM JOHNSON
MALCOLM JOHNSON
Deputy Secretary-General
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DOREEN BOGDAN-MARTIN
DOREEN BOGDAN-MARTIN
Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CHAESUB LEE
CHAESUB LEE
Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
AMIR BANIFATEMI
AMIR BANIFATEMI
General Manager, Innovation and Growth
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
LJ RICH
LJ RICH
Inventor, BBC "Click" Presenter
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FRANCIS GURRY
FRANCIS GURRY
Director General
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALPNA J DOSHI
ALPNA J DOSHI
Group CIO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
H.E. KHALIL AMIRI
H.E. KHALIL AMIRI
Secretary of State for Scientific Research
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NATHALIE SMUHA
NATHALIE SMUHA
Lawyer and Coordinator of the High-Level Expert Group on AI and Researcher
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SEBNEM RUSITSCHKA
SEBNEM RUSITSCHKA
CTO and Founding Researcher
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
HUGO THIBAULT
HUGO THIBAULT
Vice President Marketing
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANDREA CIUCCI
ANDREA CIUCCI
Coordinating Secretary, Pontifical Academy for Life
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
XAVIER-HENRI HERVÉ
XAVIER-HENRI HERVÉ
Co-Founder & Executive Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
GYU MYOUNG LEE
GYU MYOUNG LEE
Senior Lecturer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
YOLANDA LANNQUIST
YOLANDA LANNQUIST
Head of Research and Advisory
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MATHILDE FORSLUND
MATHILDE FORSLUND
Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALPESH SHAH
ALPESH SHAH
Senior Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
PINDAR WONG
PINDAR WONG
Chairman
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SEAN MCGREGOR
SEAN MCGREGOR
Member Of Technical Staff
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ASHLEY VAN HETEREN
ASHLEY VAN HETEREN
Associate Principal
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NIGEL HICKSON
NIGEL HICKSON
Vice President, IGO Engagement
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARK LATONERO
MARK LATONERO
Research Lead, Data & Human Rights
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BHANU NEUPANE
BHANU NEUPANE
Program Specialist in Communication and Information
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JUAN MIGUEL DE JOYA
JUAN MIGUEL DE JOYA
Consultant Expert (Strategic Partnerships)
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JOVAN KURBALIJA
JOVAN KURBALIJA
Executive Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MALAVIKA JAYARAM
MALAVIKA JAYARAM
Executive Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
WAFA BEN-HASSINE
WAFA BEN-HASSINE
MENA Policy Counsel and Global Policy Counsel
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MEGAN METZGER
MEGAN METZGER
Associate Director for Research
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARTEN KAEVATS
MARTEN KAEVATS
National Digital Advisor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CARLOS MOREIRA
CARLOS MOREIRA
CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CARMELA TRONCOSO
CARMELA TRONCOSO
Assistant Professor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NATALIE SMOLENSKI
NATALIE SMOLENSKI
SVP Business Development
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
VINCENT GRAF NARBEL
VINCENT GRAF NARBEL
Strategic Technology Advisor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
REGINA SURBER
REGINA SURBER
Scientific Advisor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
THEA ANDERSON
THEA ANDERSON
Director, Beneficial Technology
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BERTRAM MALLE
BERTRAM MALLE
Professor & Associate Chair, Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
HON. JENFAN MUSWERE
HON. JENFAN MUSWERE
Deputy Minister
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CHARLES ONU
CHARLES ONU
Founder and AI Research Lead
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
VALTENCIR MENDES
VALTENCIR MENDES
Project Officer, ICT in Education
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
LAURENCE FIELD
LAURENCE FIELD
IT Department
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KATHARINE PERSET
KATHARINE PERSET
Economist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANAHI CHINCHILLA
ANAHI CHINCHILLA
Monitoring And Evaluation Specialist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
COLIN WELLS
COLIN WELLS
Project Manager, Total Digital Access to the League of Nations Archives Project
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
VICTORIA WOTHERSPOON
VICTORIA WOTHERSPOON
Instructor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
PHILIP ROSEDALE
PHILIP ROSEDALE
Inventor, Co-Founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KEN MACLEOD
KEN MACLEOD
Science Fiction Writer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANN GREENBERG
ANN GREENBERG
Founder & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ADELE WAUGAMAN
ADELE WAUGAMAN
Senior Advisor, Digital Health
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ERIKA BARROS SIERRA
ERIKA BARROS SIERRA
Head of Multilateral Engagement and International Tech Policy Senior Manager
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SAMUEL VARAS
SAMUEL VARAS
Director of IT Division (CIO)
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
HANI ESKANDAR
HANI ESKANDAR
ICT Applications Coordinator
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
VALERIYA  ZAYTSEVA
VALERIYA ZAYTSEVA
Moonshot factory and AI consultant
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALEXANDRA ARONOVA
ALEXANDRA ARONOVA
Deputy Director General
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
REEM KHOURI
REEM KHOURI
Co-Founder & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DANA ELEFTHERIADOU
DANA ELEFTHERIADOU
Head of Advanced Technologies and Digital Transformation Team
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
STEVE LEONARD
STEVE LEONARD
Founding CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KEVIN KAJITANI
KEVIN KAJITANI
ANA AVATAR Co-Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SHERIF ELSAYED-ALI
SHERIF ELSAYED-ALI
Director of Partnerships, AI for Good
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MANUEL GARCÍA-HERRANZ
MANUEL GARCÍA-HERRANZ
Chief Scientist, Field Solutions
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DAVID JENSEN
DAVID JENSEN
Head of Environmental Cooperation for Peacebuilding
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FRÉDÉRIC PRADEILLES
FRÉDÉRIC PRADEILLES
Director of the Digital Solutions, Ground Segments and Operations
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KRYSTAL WILSON
KRYSTAL WILSON
Director of Space Applications Programs
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
H.E. JAMES KWASI THOMPSON
H.E. JAMES KWASI THOMPSON
Minister of State for Grand Bahama
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALESSANDRO DONATI
ALESSANDRO DONATI
Head of Adv. Mission Concepts and Technologies Office
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JORGE DEL RIO VERA
JORGE DEL RIO VERA
Scientific Affairs Officer, Space Applications Section
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CLARA NEPPEL
CLARA NEPPEL
Senior Director European Business Operations
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SAM HARPER
SAM HARPER
Data and Technology Management
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JACKIE WEISER
JACKIE WEISER
Lead Data Scientist / Machine Learning Engineer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARIE-LAURE BURGENER
MARIE-LAURE BURGENER
Head of Digital Innovation & Sustainability
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
GERALD LOEB
GERALD LOEB
Co-founder, Board member
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KHAIR ELZARRAD
KHAIR ELZARRAD
Deputy Director, Office of Medical Policy
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
LIZ ASAI
LIZ ASAI
CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
IHSANE GRYECH
IHSANE GRYECH
Ph.D. candidate in Data Science
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
LOTHAR WIELER
LOTHAR WIELER
President
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
GIRMAW ABEBE TADESSE
GIRMAW ABEBE TADESSE
Research Scientist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALVIN KABWAMA LEONARD
ALVIN KABWAMA LEONARD
Data Analyst and Machine Learning Engineer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JOHN CRAWFORD
JOHN CRAWFORD
Intermedia Artist, Performance Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
HILA AZADZOY
HILA AZADZOY
Managing Director, Global Health Initiative
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DAVID SATOLA
DAVID SATOLA
Lead ICT Counsel
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
AMANDA JOY RAVENHILL
AMANDA JOY RAVENHILL
Executive Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
GABRIELLE HULL
GABRIELLE HULL
Co-Founder, Co-CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARIA ROSA (ROSY) MONDARDINI
MARIA ROSA (ROSY) MONDARDINI
Managing Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
REBECCA HUANG
REBECCA HUANG
Economic Affairs Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
H.E. DR. JIM YONAZI
H.E. DR. JIM YONAZI
Deputy Permanent Secretary
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
INGRID SILALAHI
INGRID SILALAHI
Public Information Consultant
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RAKESH KASTURI
RAKESH KASTURI
Chief Experience Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
STEVE EVANS
STEVE EVANS
Director of Research, Institute for Manufacturing
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MATYAS KOVACS
MATYAS KOVACS
Head of Strategy and Global Affairs
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FRANCE BROSSEAU
FRANCE BROSSEAU
Senior Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RENJIE BUTALID
RENJIE BUTALID
Co-Founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALKA PATEL
ALKA PATEL
Deputy Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NATALIE ST-PIERRE
NATALIE ST-PIERRE
Co-Founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DARINA ONOPRIENKO
DARINA ONOPRIENKO
Founder & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RUTGER VAN ZUIDAM
RUTGER VAN ZUIDAM
Founder & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN
Director of Research + Development
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MYRIAM CÔTÉ
MYRIAM CÔTÉ
Director AI for Humanity
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARTIN RYAN
MARTIN RYAN
Head of Service Design
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CAROL SMITH
CAROL SMITH
Sr. Research Scientist - Human-Machine Interaction, Emerging Tech Center
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JENNIFER BOGER
JENNIFER BOGER
Assistant Professor, Department of Systems Design Engineering
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALEJANDRO NORIEGA CAMPERO
ALEJANDRO NORIEGA CAMPERO
Founder & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CHRIS MOEHLE
CHRIS MOEHLE
Managing Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JACKIE ERICKSON
JACKIE ERICKSON
Senior Director of Communications
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
COURTNEY EHRLICHMAN
COURTNEY EHRLICHMAN
CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CASSIE GUERIN
CASSIE GUERIN
Director of Partnerships
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
PAUL LANDERS
PAUL LANDERS
Head of Learning
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANI MARTINEZ
ANI MARTINEZ
Field Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KATE ARTHUR
KATE ARTHUR
Founder & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NEIL GAIKWARD
NEIL GAIKWARD
Doctoral Student
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ELEONORE PAUWELS
ELEONORE PAUWELS
Research Fellow, AI & Cybertechnologies
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
YARIN GAL
YARIN GAL
Associate Professor of Machine Learning
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALISON LOWNDES
ALISON LOWNDES
Artificial Intelligence DevRel | EMEA
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JULIEN CORNEBISE
JULIEN CORNEBISE
Hon. Associate Professor, Computer Science
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BRADLEY GRAM-HANSEN
BRADLEY GRAM-HANSEN
PhD in interpretable AI (Statistical Machine Learning)
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
HAMED ALEMOHAMMAD
HAMED ALEMOHAMMAD
Chief Data Scientist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
EINAR BJORGO
EINAR BJORGO
Director, Satellite Analysis and Applied Research
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARK CHEUNG
MARK CHEUNG
Astrophysicist, Lockheed Martin / NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SAMEER PUJARI
SAMEER PUJARI
Project Manager
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
AMY ORBEN
AMY ORBEN
Psychological Researcher
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DAPHNE BAVELIER
DAPHNE BAVELIER
Professor, Department of Psychology
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ISABELA GRANIC
ISABELA GRANIC
Developmental Psychologist Professor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JOYSY JOHN
JOYSY JOHN
Director of Education
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ERIC ESPINOSA
ERIC ESPINOSA
Co-founder, Head of Special Projects
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
EKATERINA (KATYA) VLADISLAVLEVA
EKATERINA (KATYA) VLADISLAVLEVA
CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KENNY CHEN
KENNY CHEN
Executive Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SRINIVASU PAPPULA
SRINIVASU PAPPULA
Global Head
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
TODD TERRAZAS
TODD TERRAZAS
Founder & President
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MWILA KANGWA
MWILA KANGWA
CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARIAROSARIA TADDEO
MARIAROSARIA TADDEO
Senior Research Fellow, Deputy Director of the Digital Ethics Lab
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
PIERRE-PHILIPPE MATHIEU
PIERRE-PHILIPPE MATHIEU
Earth Observation Data Scientist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FREDERICK KLAUSCHEN
FREDERICK KLAUSCHEN
Speaker BIH Digital Medicine Platform and Professor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FREDERIC WERNER
FREDERIC WERNER
Head, Strategic Engagement Division, Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB)
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BILEL JAMOUSSI
BILEL JAMOUSSI
Chief of the Study Groups Department, Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB)
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RICHARD STIRLING
RICHARD STIRLING
CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SHWETAK PATEL
SHWETAK PATEL
Professor in Computer Science & Engineering, ACM Prize in Computing
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALEX TSADO
ALEX TSADO
Technical Product Manager; Founding Director of Alliance for Africa's Intelligence
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MAGGIE CARTER
MAGGIE CARTER
Principal, Disaster Response Program
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ELIZABETH BRAMSON-BOUDREAU
ELIZABETH BRAMSON-BOUDREAU
Chief Executive Officer and Publisher
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
L. SONG RICHARDSON
L. SONG RICHARDSON
Dean and Chancellor's Professor of Law
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DAVAR ARDALAN
DAVAR ARDALAN
Founder and Storyteller; AI for Culture preservation Solution Track Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
TRACY MONTEITH
TRACY MONTEITH
Senior Software Engineer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
EMELE UGAVULE
EMELE UGAVULE
Creative Director of Talanoa
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DAVE TROY
DAVE TROY
CEO; AI for Digital Trust Solution Track Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
STEFAN GERMANN
STEFAN GERMANN
Chief Executive Officer; AI for Humanizing Health Solution Track Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
WOLFGANG VICTOR YARLOTT
WOLFGANG VICTOR YARLOTT
AI Researcher
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANTONY TAUBMAN
ANTONY TAUBMAN
Director, Intellectual Property, Government Procurement & Competition Division
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DAVID OEHMEN
DAVID OEHMEN
Associate Programme Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MIGUEL RODRIGUES
MIGUEL RODRIGUES
Reader of Information Theory and Information Processing; AI for Culture preservation Solution Track Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FRANCOIS GREY
FRANCOIS GREY
Director of the Geneva Tsinghua Initiative; AI for Culture preservation Solution Track Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
LASZLO GABOR LOVASZY
LASZLO GABOR LOVASZY
UN CRPD Member
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DAVID DUBOIS
DAVID DUBOIS
Data Scientist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DIANA HORQQUE
DIANA HORQQUE
Business Process Designer & Product Manager
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
GILLES FAYAD
GILLES FAYAD
Director, Initiatives Development
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
REINHARD SCHOLL
REINHARD SCHOLL
Deputy to the Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB)
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ASHOK SAMAL
ASHOK SAMAL
Cloud Solution Architect
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SYDNEY SWAINE-SIMON
SYDNEY SWAINE-SIMON
Founding member and AI Fellow
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FELIX RUNDEL
FELIX RUNDEL
Executive Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SHARADA MOHANTY
SHARADA MOHANTY
CEO & Co-Founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BERNHARD KOWATSCH
BERNHARD KOWATSCH
Head of Innovation Accelerator
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RAJA CHATILA
RAJA CHATILA
Chair, IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JOHN KAMARA
JOHN KAMARA
Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JONAS NAKONZ
JONAS NAKONZ
Member of executive board & project manager
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BENJAMIN BOLLMANN
BENJAMIN BOLLMANN
Deputy CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JESSICA CUSSINS NEWMAN
JESSICA CUSSINS NEWMAN
Program Lead, AI Security Initiative
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARELIZE GORGENS
MARELIZE GORGENS
Senior Specialist in the Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
PAUL CONNEALLY
PAUL CONNEALLY
Marketing Lead
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALEX LUSTIG
ALEX LUSTIG
Presales Solutions Consultant
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MOEZ MAÂMER
MOEZ MAÂMER
CTO / co-founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SOUMYA SWAMINATHAN
SOUMYA SWAMINATHAN
Chief Scientist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SAMUEL DIXNEUF
SAMUEL DIXNEUF
Instructor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
HELENE JACQUET
HELENE JACQUET
Vice President Strategic Development
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALEXANDRE CADAIN
ALEXANDRE CADAIN
Co-Founder & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DAVID BREED
DAVID BREED
Digital Editor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ROBERT SUAREZ
ROBERT SUAREZ
Chief Solutions Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RICHARD D. EVANS
RICHARD D. EVANS
Senior Lecturer in Human Factors for Design
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
TOSHIE TAKAHASHI
TOSHIE TAKAHASHI
Professor, School of Culture, Media and Society
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANDREY USTYUZHANIN
ANDREY USTYUZHANIN
Head of Laboratory
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SEBASTIAN DENNERLEIN
SEBASTIAN DENNERLEIN
Postdoctoral Researcher
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
AMIR ZARKESH
AMIR ZARKESH
CEO and Co-Founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JENNIFER STRONG
JENNIFER STRONG
Senior Editor, Podcasts & Live Journalism
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
J.J JOHNSON
J.J JOHNSON
Owner, Partner, Executive Producer, Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
HANS KEIRSTEAD
HANS KEIRSTEAD
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
LUCY JOHNSTON
LUCY JOHNSTON
Author, Curator
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
STELLA TEMBISA NDABENI-ABRAHAMS
STELLA TEMBISA NDABENI-ABRAHAMS
Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CHAMISA EDMO
CHAMISA EDMO
Conversational AI Writer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANDREW TSONCHEV
ANDREW TSONCHEV
Director of Technology
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BURR SETTLES
BURR SETTLES
Head of Research & AI
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
PASCALE FUNG
PASCALE FUNG
Professor, Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering; Director of Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research (CAiRE)
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARIA AXENTE
MARIA AXENTE
Responsible AI and AI for Good Lead
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
HARRY YEFF (AKA REEPS ONE)
HARRY YEFF (AKA REEPS ONE)
Artist and Director, Experience Design
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MELISSA SASSI
MELISSA SASSI
Startup Program Manager
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CAITLIN KRAFT BUCHMAN
CAITLIN KRAFT BUCHMAN
Founder, CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JON MCCORMACK
JON MCCORMACK
Professor, Founder and Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CHRISTOPHER H. ROOSEVELT
CHRISTOPHER H. ROOSEVELT
Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DUYGU TARKAN
DUYGU TARKAN
Archaeologist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARIETJE SCHAAKE
MARIETJE SCHAAKE
President
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ASHER FLYNN
ASHER FLYNN
Associate Professor of Criminology
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CAMPBELL WILSON
CAMPBELL WILSON
Co-Director Monash/Australian Federal Police AiLECS Lab
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
THOMAS GIRARDI
THOMAS GIRARDI
Attorney and Founder of Girardi & Keese
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CORDEL GREEN
CORDEL GREEN
Executive Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
THOMAS LI
THOMAS LI
President of Industry Strategy & Regulation
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KATHLEEN SIMINYU
KATHLEEN SIMINYU
Regional Network Coordinator
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ARTI ZEIGHAMI
ARTI ZEIGHAMI
Global Head of Advanced Analytics & AI
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
S. AMA WRAY
S. AMA WRAY
Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ROMARIC REDON
ROMARIC REDON
AIRBUS Artificial Intelligence and computing roadmap leader
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KATHARINA E HÖNE
KATHARINA E HÖNE
Senior lecturer, Researcher, and Project Manager
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ROMAN LIPSKI
ROMAN LIPSKI
Painter
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARÍLIA MACIEL
MARÍLIA MACIEL
Digital Policy Senior Researcher
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JUMANNE RAJABU
JUMANNE RAJABU
CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FRANZ MJ PFISTER
FRANZ MJ PFISTER
Founder & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NEAL LESH
NEAL LESH
Chief Strategy Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ECEM YILMAZHALILOĞLU
ECEM YILMAZHALILOĞLU
Alumni, AI4ALL; Founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
HÉLÈNE MOLINIER
HÉLÈNE MOLINIER
Senior Policy Advisor on Innovation
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANGEL DILLIP SINGH
ANGEL DILLIP SINGH
Projects Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BEATE DEGEN
BEATE DEGEN
Industry Expert
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
LAV VARSHNEY
LAV VARSHNEY
Assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ERIC LEWANDOWSKI
ERIC LEWANDOWSKI
Impact Initiatives Lead
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
GORDON MORRISON
GORDON MORRISON
Director for EMEA Government Affairs
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
LUIS CEVASCO
LUIS CEVASCO
General Public Prosecutor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JUAN CORVALAN
JUAN CORVALAN
Co-Director of the Innovation and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JOAQUIN VANSCHOREN
JOAQUIN VANSCHOREN
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ARTHUR W. DUBRAWSKI
ARTHUR W. DUBRAWSKI
Research Professor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
STEPHEN HELLEN
STEPHEN HELLEN
Director for ICT4D & GIS
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CYRILL GLOCKNER
CYRILL GLOCKNER
Principal Program Manager
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BRANDIE NONNECKE
BRANDIE NONNECKE
Founding Director, CITRIS Policy Lab
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MAKHTAR DIOP
MAKHTAR DIOP
Vice President, Infrastructure
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DERVAL USHER
DERVAL USHER
Partnerships | Innovation | Strategy
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
PAUL-OLIVIER DEHAYE
PAUL-OLIVIER DEHAYE
Founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
TITANIA JORDAN
TITANIA JORDAN
CMO and Chief Parent Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NATALIE R
NATALIE R
Founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DEKAI WU
DEKAI WU
Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SAM MOLYNEUX
SAM MOLYNEUX
GM
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
PETER BAILEY
PETER BAILEY
Chief Strategy Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CHRIS RAKE
CHRIS RAKE
Vice President of Programs
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ROB MCCARGOW
ROB MCCARGOW
Director of AI
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CELINE HERWEIJER
CELINE HERWEIJER
Partner, Innovation and Sustainability
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JED SUNDWALL
JED SUNDWALL
Open Data Global Lead
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANAND RAO
ANAND RAO
Global & US Artificial Intelligence and US Data & Analytics Leader
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KARL MORTEO
KARL MORTEO
IT Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
IRENE MASANJA
IRENE MASANJA
Senior Scientist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ILANA GOLBIN
ILANA GOLBIN
Director at PwC AI Accelerator
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BEN COMBES
BEN COMBES
Co-founder, Innovation & Sustainability Practice
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SHAMIKA SIRIMANNE
SHAMIKA SIRIMANNE
Director, Division on Technology and Logistics (DTL)
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JOELLE CASTEIX
JOELLE CASTEIX
Author, journalist, and speaker
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
STEPHANIE MARTINEZ
STEPHANIE MARTINEZ
Four-time Emmy-nominated News Reporter
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
PAMELA MAR
PAMELA MAR
Executive Vice President - Supply Chain Futures, Director, Sustainability
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RICHARD EVANS
RICHARD EVANS
Senior Lecturer in Human Factors for Design
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CHANDA GONZALES
CHANDA GONZALES
VP, Prize Operations
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KATHY BAXTER
KATHY BAXTER
Architect, Ethical AI Practice
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KSHITIZ RIMAL
KSHITIZ RIMAL
Head of Research and Co-Founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JONNIE PENN
JONNIE PENN
Technologist, historian of science, and #1 New York Times bestselling author
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KUSH VARSHNEY
KUSH VARSHNEY
Founding Co-Director, IBM Science for Social Good Initiative
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MAYA ACKERMAN
MAYA ACKERMAN
CEO/Co-founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
STEFAN WINKLER
STEFAN WINKLER
Deputy Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
TANAY MAHINDRU
TANAY MAHINDRU
Young Professional
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BO PERCIVAL
BO PERCIVAL
Director Technology and Innovation
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
LEILA TOPLIC
LEILA TOPLIC
Lead for the Emerging Technologies
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
AUBRA ANTHONY
AUBRA ANTHONY
Strategy & Research Lead, Center for Digital Development
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NATASA MILIC-FRAYLING
NATASA MILIC-FRAYLING
Chair, ACM Women Europe, Chair of Data Science
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
TARA CHKLOVSKI
TARA CHKLOVSKI
Founder & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KLAUS-ROBERT MÜLLER
KLAUS-ROBERT MÜLLER
Head of the Intelligent Data Analysis group, Professor, Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KAMALIKA CHAUDHURI
KAMALIKA CHAUDHURI
Associate Professor Computer Science and Engineering; Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MASASHI SUGIYAMA
MASASHI SUGIYAMA
Director; Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ULRIKE VON LUXBURG
ULRIKE VON LUXBURG
Professor, Department of Computer Science
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MOUSTAPHA CISSE
MOUSTAPHA CISSE
Research Scientist & Head
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ZHI-HUA ZHOU
ZHI-HUA ZHOU
Professor of Computer Science
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANIL JAIN
ANIL JAIN
University Distinguished Professor Dept. of Computer Science & Engineering
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANATOLE VON LILIENFELD
ANATOLE VON LILIENFELD
Professor, Department of Chemistry
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FLORENCE D'ALCHÉ-BUC
FLORENCE D'ALCHÉ-BUC
Professor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BEEN KIM
BEEN KIM
Senior Research Scientist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANTOINE GEISSBUHLER
ANTOINE GEISSBUHLER
Vice Rector
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
WOLFGANG LAUER
WOLFGANG LAUER
Head of the division "Medical Devices"
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NAVID REKABSAZ
NAVID REKABSAZ
Assistant Professor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
WILHELMINA WELSCH
WILHELMINA WELSCH
Head of Information Management and Innovation
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ABHI NAHA
ABHI NAHA
Chief Commercial Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CYRUS HODES
CYRUS HODES
Partner
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JUSTIN GONG
JUSTIN GONG
Co-Founder & Vice President
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ANIRUDH KOUL
ANIRUDH KOUL
Head of AI & Research
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NICOLA MCLAY
NICOLA MCLAY
Creative Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ROBERT MALESKY
ROBERT MALESKY
Director of Content
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RIANE EISLER
RIANE EISLER
Social Systems Scientist, Cultural Historian, and Attorney
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ERICA TANDORI
ERICA TANDORI
Legally Blind Artist, Researcher and Academic
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SERGE CONESA
SERGE CONESA
Founder & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALEX ROY
ALEX ROY
Director of Special Operations
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARY MISSY CUMMINGS
MARY MISSY CUMMINGS
Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JUDY WAWIRA GICHOYA
JUDY WAWIRA GICHOYA
Assistant Professor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALEX BRAGA
ALEX BRAGA
Artist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KEE MALESKY
KEE MALESKY
Director of Research at IVOW and former NPR News Librarian
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JUANISA J. MCCOY
JUANISA J. MCCOY
Senior UI/UX Designer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
INZAMAM MALIK
INZAMAM MALIK
IVOW Consultant and AI Chatbot and VUI Developer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DAVID DANKS
DAVID DANKS
L.L. Thurstone Professor of Philosophy & Psychology
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CINDY GUIJOSA
CINDY GUIJOSA
AI Enthusiast, Computer Science Student
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARIANA LIN
MARIANA LIN
AI Writer, former Creative Director at Apple
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
UILI LOUSI
UILI LOUSI
Cultural Ambassador and Artist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RAFAEL PEREZ Y PEREZ
RAFAEL PEREZ Y PEREZ
AI scientist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
HADAS BITRAN
HADAS BITRAN
Head of Microsoft Healthcare Israel
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ROBERT KIRKPATRICK
ROBERT KIRKPATRICK
Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
AMANDEEP SINGH GILL
AMANDEEP SINGH GILL
Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
PEDRO ANTONIO DE ALARCON SANCHEZ
PEDRO ANTONIO DE ALARCON SANCHEZ
Senior Data Scientist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ADAM RUSSELL
ADAM RUSSELL
Defense Sciences Office
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NICK BRADSHAW
NICK BRADSHAW
Co-Founder & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BILL RYERSON
BILL RYERSON
Founder and President
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MASSIMO BANZI
MASSIMO BANZI
Co-Founder, Chairman and CTO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JONATHAN CARR-BROWN
JONATHAN CARR-BROWN
Advisor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
DORIN COMANICIU
DORIN COMANICIU
SVP AI and Digital Innovation
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BERNARDO MARIANO
BERNARDO MARIANO
Chief Information Officer
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JOHN GIBSON
JOHN GIBSON
Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARC WARNER
MARC WARNER
CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
XIANHONG HU
XIANHONG HU
Program Specialist in Communication and Information
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
STEVEN VOSLOO
STEVEN VOSLOO
Digital Policy Specialist
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MANJU GEORGE
MANJU GEORGE
Head of Platform Services, Digital Economy and Society
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NICOLAS MIAILHE
NICOLAS MIAILHE
Co-founder & President
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ERWIN FISSER
ERWIN FISSER
Campaign Manager
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MATTHIAS SCHEUTZ
MATTHIAS SCHEUTZ
Professor and Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
PATRICK MEIER
PATRICK MEIER
Executive Director and Co-Founder
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
IRAKLI BERIDZE
IRAKLI BERIDZE
Head of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALAN ADOJAAN
ALAN ADOJAAN
CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JOSEPH DUNN
JOSEPH DUNN
Founding Chair, Board of Directors
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BERENICE BOUTIN
BERENICE BOUTIN
Senior researcher in international law, Project leader DILEMA
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FRITS BUSSEMAKER
FRITS BUSSEMAKER
​Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
NICOLE WASHINGTON
NICOLE WASHINGTON
Senior Advisor of Community Engagement
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
AYLIN CALISKAN
AYLIN CALISKAN
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
STEPHEN CAVE
STEPHEN CAVE
Executive Director of the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MHD YAMEN SARAIJI
MHD YAMEN SARAIJI
Project Senior Assistant Professor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SEPP HOCHREITER
SEPP HOCHREITER
Computer Scientist and head of Institute of Machine Learning
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARK JACKSON
MARK JACKSON
Scientific Lead of Business Development
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
ALEX TKATCHENKO
ALEX TKATCHENKO
Professor and Head of Theoretical Chemical Physics Group
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MORITZ HELMSTAEDTER
MORITZ HELMSTAEDTER
Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
EMMANUEL FABER
EMMANUEL FABER
Chairman & CEO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KONSTANTINOS KARACHALIOS
KONSTANTINOS KARACHALIOS
Managing Director
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MICHAEL W. TOFFEL
MICHAEL W. TOFFEL
Senator John Heinz Professor of Environmental Management, Professor of Business Administration
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
AZER BESTAVROS
AZER BESTAVROS
Director, Data Science Initiative Associate Provost for Computing and Data Sciences; AI for Gender Inclusivity Co-Chair
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
BRUNE POIRSON
BRUNE POIRSON
Secretary of State for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RHOBAN
RHOBAN
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MIPT
MIPT
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
JO FLOTO
JO FLOTO
Editor, Newshour & The World Tonight
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
MARCO MERENS
MARCO MERENS
Chief, Integrated Aviation Analysis
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
SEON KUI LEE
SEON KUI LEE
Director, Division of Risk Assessment & International Cooperation
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
TAI-MYOUNG CHUNG
TAI-MYOUNG CHUNG
Professor, Department of Interaction Science
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
RAMESH RASKAR
RAMESH RASKAR
Associate Professor
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
CHRISTOPH LÜTGE
CHRISTOPH LÜTGE
Director of the TUM Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
FUJITSU Judging System
FUJITSU Judging System
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.
KURT ROHLOFF
KURT ROHLOFF
Associate Professor NJIT, Co-founder and CTO
Governments are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) enables fairer and more accountable institutions and access to justice for all. However, the race to capture value from the technology can exacerbate existing judicial challenges as well as disenfranchise non-digital natives and underserved communities. This year's AI and Justice Solution track will establish a concrete, inclusive and actionable discussion on how AI-enabled solutions can help achieve the 16th Sustainable Development Goal to uphold peace, justice and strong institutions for all.

Date

25 Sep 2020

Time

09:00 - 12:15
Room 2

Location

Room 2
Level 0, CICG
Sessions

Topics

Justice,
Transparency