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About the Project

A.I. & Economic Justice

The Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice is spearheading an initiative to survey the legal community about the impact of AI and automated systems, particularly on low-income and other marginalized groups. In addition to general, catchall questions, the questionnaire includes specialized questions on activities in the following domains: automated systems, public benefits, criminal justice, consumer issues, data privacy, immigration, public education, public housing/benefits, and AI use and procurement.

About the Survey

Help us generate quantitative data that the Section can use to evaluate the degree to which A.I. systems are impacting lawyers and marginalized communities. Please fill out the survey below if you have information to share about A.I.’s impact on your legal sector. Please also pass along the survey link to friends, colleagues, legal researchers, and others who might also share their knowledge and experience.

Introducing the A.I. & Economic Justice Survey | A Webinar Tutorial

Now Available On-Demand

The ABA’s Civil Rights and Social Justice Section is proud to announce the release of its A.I. & Economic Justice Survey, a first-of-its-kind ABA research survey designed to identify the ways that A.I. and automation are impacting low-income and marginalized populations. Join the ABA’s A.I. & Economic Justice team to learn how this survey will inform future ABA training materials and policy projects involving A.I. and automation–and how you can take the survey yourself. This webinar includes introductory remarks by senior ABA members, a walk-through of the survey, and an open Q&A with the A.I. & Economic Justice team.

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We'd love to hear from you! If you have questions about the A.I. & Economic Justice Project, please reach out via email ([email protected]).

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Whatever your area of specialization, CRSJ has a place for you. By joining us today, you can help ensure that the world’s largest voluntary professional association continues to uphold the Bill of Rights and the ideals it embodies.