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Lecture | Open Minded

eLaw Open Minded #3 'How machine learning has helped 45.000 people fight their traffic fines'

Date
Tuesday 9 March 2021
Time
Address
Online MS Teams

The third Open Minded session of this academic year will take place on Tuesday, March 9th from 14:00 –15:00. During this session – which will take place via MS Teams – Max Heck, co-founder of Appjection, will present 'How machine learning has helped 45.000 people fight their traffic fines'.
 
Max Heck (29) graduated from Leiden University in september 2016 after finishing his master's in Company Law. A few months earlier he founded Appjection together with one of his classmates. In this presentation he will explain how the Appjection-system works for both their customers as well as their employees, and how it is beneficial for both citizens, governments and businesses.

Open Minded is a lecture series organized by eLaw - Center for Law and Digital Technologies, wherein professionals working in the domain of law and digital technologies are invited to present their research, perspectives, or ongoing work.

All are welcome to attend. Please send an email to n.d.vosters@law.leidenuniv.nl to register.

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