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 **Abstract** **Abstract**
 The talk will focus on the interaction between AI models and liability in the domain of non-discrimination. As is well-known, the output of AI models may exhibit bias toward legally protected groups. In the past, various fairness definitions have been developed to mitigate such discrimination. Against this background, the talk will first present a new model which allows AI developers to flexibly interpolate between different fairness definitions depending on the context of the model application. In the second step, however, the talk will inquire to what extent AI developers may risk liability under affirmative action doctrines if they seek to implement algorithmic fairness measures in their models. The talk will focus on the interaction between AI models and liability in the domain of non-discrimination. As is well-known, the output of AI models may exhibit bias toward legally protected groups. In the past, various fairness definitions have been developed to mitigate such discrimination. Against this background, the talk will first present a new model which allows AI developers to flexibly interpolate between different fairness definitions depending on the context of the model application. In the second step, however, the talk will inquire to what extent AI developers may risk liability under affirmative action doctrines if they seek to implement algorithmic fairness measures in their models.
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 +**Reinoud Baker**
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 +**Title** Legal information systems in production
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 +**Abstract**
 +LexIQ is a Dutch legal tech startup using data science for legal information services. We have the vision that legal tech can serve citizens, governments and businesses, for instance by improved access to justice, efficient use of resources and enhanced compliance. This talk will address what we have learned in the past 4 years. What can be achieved with modern software and algorithms? How can we make innovative technologies available for legal professionals and even the wider public? Which challenges are we encountering?
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