Prof. Guangjian Tu and the Zhuhai Court of International Arbitration

Prof. Guangjian Tu delivers a speech

On April 28, Prof. Guangjian Tu, APAEM Scholar and Professor in the Faculty of Law, was invited to attend the professional ethics training for arbitrators and a special lecture on “Legal Issues in Generative Artificial Intelligence” organized by the Zhuhai Court of International Arbitration (ZCIA), and delivered a speech. From the perspective of legal research, Prof. Guangjian Tu expressed his thoughts on the recent trend in legal data research and the instrumentalist application of new technologies. He also talked about the impact and problems of the current international advanced artificial intelligence on the existing traditional legal system and legal research.

The lecture on “Legal Issues in Generative Artificial Intelligence” is a series of activities of the “Review of the Third Anniversary of the Promulgation and Implementation of ‘the Regulations of the ZCIA’ and the Forum on the Application of Civil and Commercial Laws in the Guangdong-Macao in-depth cooperation zone in Hengqin”. The event attracted more than 2,000 online and on-site participants from universities, enterprises, and legal practice circles in Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macao.

ZCIA is a commercial arbitration institution established in 1999 by the Zhuhai Municipal People’s Government in accordance with the Arbitration Law of the People’s Republic of China. It independently arbitrates contractual disputes and other property rights and interests between citizens, legal persons, and other organizations who are domestic and foreign equal parties in accordance with the law. It also provides commercial mediation and other diversified dispute resolution legal services.