The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) and the Thomson Reuters Institute, part of Thomson Reuters, today announced the launch of a strategic artificial intelligence (AI) partnership called the Thomson Reuters Institute/National Center for State Courts AI Policy Consortium for Law and Courts. This joint initiative is designed to inform and educate the judiciary about the opportunities and challenges of evolving AI and generative AI solutions thereby enabling judges and legal and court professionals to make informed decisions about adoption and use.

This initiative will have a significant positive impact on the practice of law; increase access to justice for underserved communities; and provide an opportunity for U.S. courts to become the global, trusted leader on responsible judicial AI adoption by developing an examination of the opportunities and challenges that AI and generative AI present, a detailed education on AI and generative AI, and an analysis of AI and generative AI’s impact to federal/state/international courts.

“Thomson Reuters and the Thomson Reuters Institute are committed to supporting the evolution of the U.S. justice system. By working with the National Center for State Courts, we can develop and promote responsible practices employing technology, including GenAI, that prioritize fairness, transparency, and accountability, ultimately leading to a more efficient, effective, and equitable system for all,” said Mike Abbott, head of the Thomson Reuters Institute.

For more details about the partnership, including a list of initial consortium members, read the press release.

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