The XXXVI Nordic Conference in Law and IT will be hosted by the Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law on November 9-10, 2021, at Hotel Bristol in Oslo, Norway.
The conference will be devoted to the overarching themes of security, risk management, and rule of law. It will be held in conjunction with the final conference of the research project ‘Security in Internet Governance and Networks: Analysing the Law’ (SIGNAL), funded by the Research Council of Norway and UNINETT Norid AS.
The overarching themes of the conference have long been integral elements of regulatory discourse on the interaction of law and technology. However, the ongoing pandemic has elevated their prominence in the minds of regulators and the general public. Hence, it is pertinent to consider key recent and ongoing developments in their regulatory manifestations — also in light of responses to the pandemic.
Source and more information: https://www.jus.uio.no/ifp/om/organisasjon/seri/arrangementer/2021/xxxvi-nordic-conference-on-law-and-information-tec.html
Hybrid Legal Informatics Conference
This year’s conference will focus on computational law and legal knowledge graphs and feature many interesting workshop, keynotes and panel discussions. ReMeP have secured a number of top-notch speakers – so there is much to look forward to. As a so-called hybrid event, ReMeP 2021 will combine the best of both an in-person conference and a virtual platform.
Source and more information: https://www.remep.net/
The LegalAIIA 2021 workshop on June 21, 2021, will provide a platform for examining questions surrounding “AI as human augmentation” for legal tasks (a.k.a. Intelligent Assistance or IA), particularly those related to legal practitioners’ interaction with digital information, including e-discovery. The focus of the workshop will be on better understanding the interaction between human and AI capabilities. The primary audience for the workshop will include working attorneys, legal researchers, computer science researchers, and AI providers in the legal industry.
Source and more information: https://sites.google.com/view/legalaiia-2021/home
In MDAI (Modeling Decisions for Artificial Intelligence) we are particularly interested in the different facets of decision processes in a broad sense. This includes model building and all kind of mathematical tools for data aggregation, information fusion, and decision making; tools to help decision in data science problems (including e.g., statistical and machine learning algorithms as well as data visualization tools); and algorithms for data privacy and transparency-aware methods so that data processing processes and decisions made from them are fair, transparent, explainable and avoid unnecessary disclosure of sensitive information.
The MDAI conference includes tracks on the topics of (i) data science, (ii) machine learning, (iii) data privacy, (iv) aggregation funcions, (v) human decision making, and (vi) graphs and (social) networks. The conference has been since 2004 a forum for researchers to discuss last results into these areas of research. MDAI 2021 is the 18th MDAI conference.
Time : September 27-30, 2021
Place: On-line (+, if possible, hybrid Umeå, Sweden)
Source, call for papers and more information: http://www.mdai.cat/mdai2021/