International Conference on Justice Education on Artificial Intelligence on 15-16 March at Nirma University, Gujrat [Submit by 15 Jan]

About Conference
During the past decade Artificial Intelligence has developed rapidly, and the effects of the AI revolution are already being keenly felt in many sectors of society. It has the potential to deeply impact our lives and is of enormous benefits ranging from efficiency gains to unprecedented improvements of life quality.
However, the unique features of AI and the way AI can be developed entail both social, ethical, policy and legal implications. Institute of Law, Nirma University is organizing the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and It’s Legal Implications on 15th and 16th March, 2019. The conference provides first considered discussion on the intricacies of how artificial intelligence impacts all walks of our lives and has major implications for law practitioners, professionals, technocrats and citizens at large. It has been addressed as the Fourth Industrial Revolution with fast paced changes in the realm of technology and law. In the recent times, the global community of governments and organizations have come together in addressing questions related to ethics, business processes and global governance. This conference aims to garner a strong academic response addressing the recent and imminent changes in legal framework in conjunction to artificial intelligence and allied areas. The conference is open for professors, advocates, judicial officers, technocrats, researchers and postgraduate/undergraduate law students.


Track 1. Legal Regulation of AI in India  

Intellectual Property issues in AI
 Data Protection
 Duty/ Standard of Care for AI
 AI and its Criminal Liability
 AI & Person-hood
Convergence of AI and IT Act, 2000

Track 2. Scope of AI in multiple Sectors  

EdTech and Artificial Intelligence
Block chain & AI
AI and Public Utility Services
AI & National Security Challenges

Track 3. Application of Artificial Intelligence in Legal Practice  

AI and Law Processing
AI & Legal Procedure: Question of Fact/Law and Evidence
Machine learning and data mining for e- discovery and other legal applications
AI and No Fault Liability/Strict Liability/Absolute Liability

Track 4: Challenges to AI  

Ethical Dilemmas of AI
Regulating the Artificially Intelligent Chatbot
Use of AI in curbing Fake News
Legal Personality of AI
Right to explanation & AI
Virtual Cloning and its legal implication
NLP and AI
Categories                                      Foreign Delegates                       Indian Delegates
Students                                                       US $ 50                                     Rs. 2500
Academicians /                                            US $ 70                                     Rs. 3500
Research Scholars                                      US $ 50                                     Rs. 2500
Participants (Non Paper Presenters)    US $ 40                                     Rs. 2000
Important Dates

Abstract Submission:                                 15th January 2019

Acceptance Notification:                           22nd January 2019

Final Manuscript Submission:                15th February 2019

Notification For Final Acceptance:        22nd February 2019

Registration Deadline:                               30th February 2019
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