International Arbitration Newsletter - February 2019
In this month's newsletter, we take a look at how artificial intelligence tools can assist in international arbitration with predicting behaviors, analyzing information or gauging the outcome of a dispute. We also round up in this issue all the recent news in the field of international arbitration by geographic area.
Following the vertiginous advances in artificial intelligence, there has been much speculation over which professions and tasks will be replaced by robots. International arbitration has not escaped these thoughts. Although the future time when arbitrators will be replaced by robots continues to be a long way off, artificial intelligence is already making its presence felt in international arbitration and this will increase in the foreseeable future.
Finnland Chamber of Commerce appoints seven new Board Members and releases case statistics
Recent speaking engagements:
Partner, Mónica van der Shaft, (Santiago de Chile) recently spoke on Oral Techniques and Strengths in International Arbitration at the Very Young Arbitration Forum organized by CCI and CAM in Santiago, Chile
Partner, Joe Tirado (London) participated as mediator/judge in the annual ICC Mediation Competition in Paris, France