On Tuesday 23rd October UNSW held their presentation night for their ‘Designing Technology Solutions for Access to Justice’ course at University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
Teams consisted of UNSW students as well as lawyers from Gilbert + Tobin. Each team worked with a contributing not-for-profit organisation and with the use of Neota Logic’s artificial intelligence platform presented their applications, which assess individual legal issues found, providing information to help solve these concerns.
Each year the quality of applications increases and 2018 was no exception.
Neota Logic would like to congratulate the winning team, AppCID, along with all participating teams for their hard work.
Winner – Bonigi – AppCID:
AppCID is a legal application designed for individuals living in immigration detention facilities or third parties who wish to document the living conditions of such facilities.
It helps to prevent human right abuses and improve the living conditions of immigration detention facilities by doing the following:
- Gathering relevant data to help strengthen transparency and accountability
- Protecting the identity of individuals who wish to remain anonymous
- Assisting individuals in navigating complex human rights law
- Generating tailored legal information on the relevant international human rights standards.
Other Participating Teams
Redfern Legal Centre – Music Festival Rights Advisor
The Music Festival Rights Advisor provides youth with legal information on the limit of the police’s powers to conduct searches at music festivals.
Diplomacy Training Program – Global Compact for Migration Advocacy Tool
Global Compact for Migration Advocacy Tool helps identify the relevant human rights law for each of the relevant Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration objectives.
Kingsford Legal Centre – Pay Check
The Pay Check app assists workers in determining how much they should be paid under Australian law.
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