Islam and Data Science Roundup

  • In “Islamic Legal Education in the 4.0 Era: Does It Need to Consider Technology?,” (Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Islam, Science and Technology, 2020) authors Windy Triana and Khamami Zada use legal education in the Faculty of Sharia and Law of State Islamic University Syarif Hidayatullah (Jakarta) as a case study. Using survey methods, among others, the authors document what they refer to as the “exceptionally slow” adaptation to technology in Islamic legal education, prompting the authors to call on both Islamic legal education as well as judicial institutions to hasten and deepen their involvement in technological resources, among which they mention the Program in Islamic Law’s SHARIAsource Portal.

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