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Ray Campbell presents at the 10th Annual Academic Conference of Kuwait International Law School

Ray Campbell, resident professor of law at the Peking University School of Transnational Law (STL), delivered an academic speech at the 10th Annual International Academic Conference at Kuwait International Law School held in May. Prof. Campbell spoke on how artificial intelligence is changing courts, discussed the application of artificial intelligence in courts around the world and the issues it raises.

This year's International Academic Conference at Kuwait Law School themed in "Artificial Intelligence: Its Applications, Academic and Practical Implications," which invited legal researchers and members of the judiciary from law schools and universities in Arab and international regions to present their latest researches.

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