DME is a Premier educational institute, affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) and imparts education in the field of Law, Management and Journalism and Mass Communication.
About the Conference
Ethics and law are inextricably connected in this modern contemporary era, and thereby many legal decisions arise from the interpretation of various ethical issues surrounding them.
Artificial intelligence adds a different and a new dimension to these questions. Systems that use artificial intelligence technologies today are becoming increasingly autonomous in terms of the complexity of the tasks they can perform, their potential impact on the world and the diminishing ability of humans to understand, predict and control their functioning.
The legal problems run even deeper. A system that has the ability to adapt from the information it receives from the outside world can act in ways that its creators could not have predicted, and predictability is crucial to modern legal approaches. What is more, in future, such systems could operate independently from their creators thus complicating the task of determining responsibility. These characteristics pose problems related to predictability and the ability to act independently while at the same time not being held responsible.
The law seems to be playing catch up to the technological innovations across the globe in this area. Artificial intelligence thus raises various ethical, social and legal challenges, that this conference at its heart aims to discuss.
This two-day virtual National Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law aims to bring together leading academicians, scientists, research scholars, faculty members, students and other relevant stakeholders to exchange and share their experiences, ideas and research results on all aspects of Artificial Intelligence and Law. It also seeks to provide a premier interdisciplinary platform to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, as well as practical challenges, encountered, and solutions adopted on the theme.
Call for Papers
Academicians, scientists, research scholars, faculty members, students and other relevant stakeholders of all disciplines are invited to contribute in this conference. Further, high quality research papers describing original and unpublished results of conceptual, constructive, empirical, experimental, or theoretical work in all areas related to Artificial Intelligence and Law are cordially invited for presentation at the conference.
Decrypting AI regularization and its policy dynamics
Artificial Intelligence and Law: International Relations and Public Diplomacy
Scope of splinternet & 5G governance in multilateral governance & data sovereignty policy
Legal and political repercussions of privatization of autonomous and augmented systems in space and conflict activities
Assessing the scope, liability and interpretability of the paralytic nature of AI ethics board in corporeal entities
AI and Its Interplay with Data Privacy, Data Protection & Allied Existing Regimes
The role and framework of plurilateralism in AI-enabled crimes and judicial governance
Artificial Intelligence in the health care sector: Legalities involved
Ethical Governance and auditing via artificial intelligence systems: Ethical issues of AI and Law technology and its applications
Robotics and AI systems: Regulation by the data protection regimes
Advanced Intelligent Maritime Safety and Technology (Ai-MAST) and its legal nuances
Legal Dimensions of AI and Nanotechnology
The Application of Artificial Intelligence in Downstream Oil Industry
Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation in Space
Juris-informatics: Legal Issues in informatics
Computational models of legal knowledge, reasoning, and decision making
Artificial intelligence systems that are being used in the legal domains
Dynamic epistemic logic of belief changes in legal judgments
Legal personality of robots
Artificial intelligence for justice: E-government, e-democracy and e-justice
Legal knowledge representation, including legal ontologies and common-sense knowledge
Modelling negotiation and contract formation- Technical and legal aspects of smart contracts and application of blockchain technology in the legal domain
Big data and data analytics for and in the legal domain
Legal Regulation of AI in India with a focus on Privacy
Issues pertaining to use of artificial intelligence programmes in defence and conflict
Date: 25th -26th February 2021 (Thursday and Friday)
Mode: The Conference will be virtual, conducted over zoom platform.
The participants must register themselves along with the abstract latest by Sunday, 10th January 2021. Each participant shall have to pay nominal registration fees of Rs.100/- at the time of submission of abstracts to participate in the conference. The abstract in word document format should be attached in the google form along with the details in the link mentioned below.
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