Datum en tijd:
18 mei 2022 10:00 - 17:00 uur
Academiegebouw, Belle van Zuylen room
On 18 May, Special Interest Group AI, Ethics and Law will host a symposium examining the role of Artificial Intelligence in legal decision-making from legal and technical perspectives.
Driven by the spectacular progress in AI in recent years, especially in machine learning and natural-language processing, there has been increasing attention for the question how artificial intelligence (AI) can support judicial decision-making. In this symposium the possibility of such support will be discussed form both a legal and a technical perspective. There will be two key note speakers: Giovanni Sartor (University of Bologna and European University Institute Florence) and Manuella van der Put (judge in the district court of 's Hertogenbosch). The symposium will end with a panel discussion and a poster session.
Call for Posters
We invite English-language poster presentations on the topic of the symposium. A poster presentation consists of a physical poster plus a 'pitch' of a few minutes in a plenary session. (There will be no proceedings of the posters). Proposals for poster presentations must be submitted to Cristiana Santos at firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 April, consisting of a title and an abstract of maximally 200 words.
Registration: Register by sending an email to email@example.com with your name, email address, UU department and status before 30 April. Do also let us know whether you want to be added to the AI, Ethics & Law mailing list.Additional information: https://www.uu.nl/en/events/symposium-law-and-artificial-intelligence-not-a-world-apart