Technology has the potential to transform arbitration, while international competitors are striving to become recognised and viable alternative arbitral seats, but have a long way to go to dislodge the top players, according to speakers at Paris Arbitration Week (PAW).
FRA Partner and Head of the Paris Office, Yousr Khalil, moderated and co-hosted the panel at PAW 2023 ‘AI meets AI: International Arbitration in the Era of Artificial Intelligence'. During the session, Yousr described mainstream AI products such as digital virtual assistants Alexa and Siri as examples of ‘narrow AI’.
She says: “Narrow because it defines a single task, the performance of which means the computer doesn’t learn something new, and is based on a lot of content generation like ChatGPT.”
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