In the age of drone warfare and the weaponization of codes, it is timely to consider the implications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for international law and relations. Join Jean-Gabriel Castel, Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Senior Scholar at Osgoode Hall Law School, for a lecture and discussion. Light refreshments provided.
About the speaker:
Jean-Gabriel Castel, O.C., O.Ont., Q.C., L.S.M., Officier de la Légion d’Honneur, B.Sc., Lic. Droit (Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne), J.D. (Mich.), S.J.D. (Harv.), Docteur hon. causa (Aix-Marseille), fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, Academy of Social Sciences, associate member of the International Academy of Comparative Law, member of the Académie du Var (France), former editor of the Canadian Bar Review and a Distinguished Research Professor emeritus at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University.
He has focused his career on emerging topics in both public and private international law and international business law. He is also a world-renowned international arbitrator having participated to many important business disputes spanning multiple jurisdictions, legal systems and cultures. He has lectured in many universities around the world and published several books and articles dealing with topical subjects pertaining to law, international business and artificial intelligence.