Samira Allioui

Samira is a research and tutorial fellow at the Centre d'études internationales et européennes de l'Université de Strasbourg. Her PhD examined the right of access to the European Judge since the entry into force of Protocol n°14. Previously, Samira studied IHRL (Lyon/Montreal) and holds a degree in Comparative Law (Lyon3). Her research interests include the right of access to supranational judges, alternative dispute settlements and artificial intelligence in the legal-decision making process.

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EU Artificial Intelligence Act Approved: What Remains Missing from this Compromise?

EU Artificial Intelligence Act Approved: What Remains Missing from this Compromise?

“We had one goal: to develop legislation that would ensure that the AI ecosystem in Europe develops with a human-centered approach respecting fundamental rights and European values, building trust, creating awareness, how we can make ...
Artificial Intelligence at the European Court of Human Rights

Artificial Intelligence at the European Court of Human Rights

“As Judges we are all under a certain amount of pressure to perform more efficiently, to deliver justice more speedily. Artificial Intelligence offers certain opportunities in terms of case-processing. Yet the risks to human rights ...
L’intelligence artificielle à la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme

L’intelligence artificielle à la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme

« En tant que juges, nous sommes tous soumis à une certaine pression pour être plus efficaces et rendre la justice plus rapidement. L’intelligence artificielle offre certaines possibilité en termes de traitement des dossiers. ...