Riyadh (UNA-OIC) – The International Conference on Justice to be held under the theme “Digital Innovation for Access to Justice”, will start its activities in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, later today, Sunday with the participation of more than 4000 participants and 50 international speakers and experts.
The Ministry of Justice stated that the International Conference on Justice aims at enhancing digital enablers to facilitate access to justice, consolidating guarantees for digital judicial applications, inspiring ideas and exchanging expertise, strengthening relations between countries and building partnerships, and highlighting the latest trends in the sector of justice.
The Ministry further said that the Conference will discuss several topics, including primarily the future of the judicial system amid digital transformation, the legal dimension of Artificial Intelligence (AI), employing AI to improve justice, data analysis to improve justice, and the future of alternative dispute resolution under digital transformation.
On the sidelines of the two-day event, a justice technologies exhibition will be organized, as its visitors will be briefed on the latest developments on the technologies of Information Technology (IT) and AI concerning Justice and Law.
The exhibition will also contain a number of pavilions such as preventive justice, alternative dispute resolution, judiciary, enforcement, and others.