On the morning of September 16, the opening meetingof the 2022-2023 annual project of the Center for Computational Law and AIEthics of Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) was held at the Li FuCommunication Center of SJTU. Ji Weidong, Senior Professor of Liberal Arts ofShanghai Jiao Tong University, Dean of China Institute for social-legal studies,Co-Director of the Center for Computational Jurisprudence and AI Ethics, TianFeng, Dean of SenseTime, Co-Director of the Center forComputational Jurisprudence and AI Ethics, Lin Xifen, Professor of KOGUAN LawSchool of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Vice Dean of China Institute for social-legal studies,Executive Director of the Center for Computational Jurisprudence and AI Ethics.Li Xueyao, Professor of KOGUAN Law School, Director of Law and CognitiveScience Research Center, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Member of PlanningCommittee of China Institute for social-legal studies, Wu Chentao, Professor ofComputer Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Lin Xi,Professor of Political Philosophy, Fudan University, Assistant Director ofInstitute for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, Director of TechnologyPolicy and SenseTime, Executive Director of Center for Ethics of ComputationalLaw and AI, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Mr. Gong Chao, Executive Director ofthe Center for Computational Law and AI Ethics, Shanghai Jiaotong University,and other experts and scholars attended the conference. President Ji Weidongand President Tian Feng delivered speeches at the conference.
President Ji Weidong expressed his gratitude forthe long-term cooperation and support of SenseTime. He said that although thecommunication between the two sides has been hindered to some extent since theepidemic, the scope and depth of cooperation have been strengthened. Heemphasized that today's communication meeting will be more about how to betterintegrate and how to better conduct research based on both the researchcharacteristics and research interests of university scholars and the actualneeds of SenseTime, and encouraged both sides to speak up.