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AI in Criminal Justice: Automated Decision-making Tools and Technology, From Policing to Corrections

Join us for a panel discussion regarding AI in the criminal justice system, from policing to corrections. Our panelists will discuss automated decision-making tools used by law enforcement, prosecutors, defense attorneys, judges, and corrections officials.  They will explain a panoply of tools, including genealogical DNA investigations, predictive policing technologies, risk assessment algorithms and facial recognition technology.  The panel will offer perspectives on the purported benefits of the tools, and the potential harms of the tools, especially adverse racial impacts. In addition, the panel will discuss new technologies and other tools now available to defense counsel to help level the playing field with the resources available to prosecutors.

Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2024
Time:  2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. ET
Format: Free non-CLE Webinar
Joint Sponsors: ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice, ABA Task Force on Law and Artificial Intelligence
Co-Sponsors: ABA Center for Public Interest Law, ABA Commission on Hispanic Legal Rights & Responsibilities, ABA Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, ABA Criminal Justice Section, ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law, ABA Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division, ABA Section of State and Local Government Law

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The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for watching.

Panelists

  • Alfred Dennis Mathewson (Introductions) –  Dean Emeritus, University of New Mexico School of Law; Member, AI & Economic Justice Project, ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice
  • Clare Garvie – Training & Resource Counsel, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • Sean Hill III – Assistant Professor of Law, Moritiz College of Law, Ohio State University
  • Chief Anthony Holloway – Chief of Police, St. Petersburg, Florida Police Department
  • Devshi Mehrotra – CEO, JusticeText

Moderator

  • Coming soon!

Resources

Using Artificial Intelligence to Address Criminal Justice Needs | Christopher Rigano, National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs

Bail Reform and the (False) Racial Promise of Algorithmic Risk Assessment | Sean Allan Hill II, UCLA Law Review

ABA POLICY 22M700: Refrain from using pretrial risk assessment tools

Spring 2024 Fellowship EventsABA Legal Education Police Practices Consortium

What does the new White House policy on AI mean for law enforcement? Here are our takeaways | The Policing Project, NYU School of Law

Stanford Pretrial Risk Assessment Tools Factsheet Project | Stanford University School of Law

The Recon Approach: A New Direction for Machine Learning in Criminal Law | Berkeley Technology Law Journal, Vol. 37

VIDEO | AI is leveling up the American justice system

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