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Readiness of the judicial sector for artificial intelligence in Latin America

About the publication

The Artificial Intelligence area of CETyS publishes its assessment of the readiness of the judicial sector in Latin America to responsibly adopt artificial intelligence technologies in their processes.

The publication includes 5 research papers by a multidisciplinary team of 11 researchers from the region who specifically analyze the cases of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Uruguay. The papers identify the current use of AI and related digital technologies by the judicial sector; an assessment of their potential application to address their key needs and challenges; and also the debate on critical issues in design and implementation related to fairness, accountability and judicial independence.

In turn, an analytical framework is presented that allows stakeholders in the region to conduct their own assessment of the needs, obstacles and opportunities of the judicial sector in adopting AI technologies in their processes.

The project was selected and funded by the Tinker  Foundation.

Team

Carolina Aguerre

Project Director
PhD. Senior Research Fellow at Centre for Global Cooperation Research GCR21, Universität Duisburg-Essen. Member of the UNESCO Expert Group in Recommendations on the AI Ethics. Researcher and professor of CETyS and University of San Andrés (UdeSA) focused on public policies and Internet governance.

Gonzalo Bustos Frati

Project co-direction
CEO at CyberGea, a pioneer company that offers strategic consultancy for the digital ecosystem. Researcher at CETyS focused on cyberdiplomacy, cyberspace governance and digital policies in South America.

Researchers

Argentina

Gonzalo Bustos Frati

CETyS researcher focused on cyber-diplomacy, cyberspace governance and digital policies in South America.

Bruno Gorgone

Lawyer. Researcher at CETyS with focus on IT&AI, Internet regulatory policy and privacy.

Chile

Carlos Amunátegui

PhD. in Property Law. Full professor at the Law School of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Matías Aranguis

Lawyer. PhD Candidate in Artificial Intelligence in Financial Markets. Assistant Director of the Law, Science and Technology Program UC.

Raúl Madrid

Director of the Law, Science and Technology Program. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Colombia

Daniel Castaño

Daniel Castaño

PhD in Law. Founding Partner of Mokzy. Researcher and consultant focused on AI, privacy, digital ethics and regulation. Director of the Center for Digital Ethics at the Externado de Colombia.

Mexico

Jimena Moreno González

Lawyer by the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Master's Degree in International Management, with a Diploma in Public Policy and Senior Public Management from the CIDE.

María Solange Maqueo

PhD in Rule of Law and Public Policy from the University of Salamanca. Director of the Legal Studies Division at CIDE.

César Rentería Marín

PhD in Administration and Public Policy. Professor-Researcher at the Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE).

Olivia Andrea Mendoza Enríquez

PhD in Law. Professor and researcher of the Legal Studies Division at CIDE.

Uruguay

Julio Lens

PhD in Law. Professor of Criminal Law, Criminal Justice and Litigation. Legal advisor and consultant.

Sandra Segredo

Doctor in Law and MBA - Universidad Católica del Uruguay "Dámaso Antonio Larrañaga".

Fernando Vargas

PhD in Law. Lecturer in Telecommunications Law, Information Law and Computer Law. Legal advisor.

Researchers

Fernanda Martinez

Coordinator
Executive Director of CETyS. Master in Education by the University of San Andrés (UdeSA). Expert in education management. Researcher focused on inclusion and digital literacy policies.

Ivan Kirschbaum

Comunication
CETyS Communications Officer.

AI Advisors: Micaela Mantegna and Fredi Vivas