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Wills formalities in the 21st century – Promoting testamentary intention in the face of societal change and advancements in technology

In our fifth QUT Global Law, Science and Technology seminar series for 2021, co-hosted by the Australian Centre for Health Law Research (ACHLR), Professor Bridget Crawford investigated the purposes of traditional will-making requirements and their continued vitality in the context of remotely witnessed wills. Abstract The COVID-19 global…

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What happens when a robot writes a law article?

The Law, Technology and Humans Journal has published the first machine-generated law review article. Canadian law academics Benjamin Alarie (University of Toronto) and Arthur Cockfield (Queen’s University) approached the Journal’s Chief Editor Professor Kieran Tranter (Faculty of Business & Law) to have an AI software program known as…