JuL.IA

1st International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence in JUrisdictional Logistics 

Co-located with JURIX 2020

09 December 2020

Connected with the JULIA (Artificial Intelligence in JUrisdiction Logistics)  Website: http://dria.unb.br

Call for papers

Background

The Workshop aims to explore characteristics in the use of artificial intelligence solutions in Law, especially the decision-making tools, classification, clustering and recommendation systems, data mining, information processing applied or their theoretical impacts on Law and Human Rights. This Workshop intends to reach communities worldwide, to present or discuss on-going research on the main following topics, but not limited to, both from a theoretical or practical point of view. It will be relevant to establish legal theoretical contexts or practical point of view and to observe the structural elements of legal certainty, especially knowability, reliability and calculability regarding the concretization and application of the legal standard, particularly in the management flows of judicial proceedings that we call jurisdictional logistics.

Objective

This Workshop was designed for a space for presentation and debate on practical applications and reflexes in the theory of Law through the use and development of artificial intelligence in Law. One of the most current and relevant Law's discussions is in the application of artificial intelligence systems to make administrative flows in the management of judicial processes faster and more accurate, improving the use of human resources and allowing a more effective judicial service. 

Topics

Some artificial intelligence applications, including machine learning, are supporting discussions in the scope of Law:

1) decision-making tools;

2) classification;

3) clusterization;

4) recommendation systems;

5) data mining;

6) processing of applied information or its theoretical impacts on Law and Human Rights.

*Language can be Spanish, Portuguese, Italian or English.

Submission

References for papers: original papers (drafts 4-10 pages, final papers: 8-10 pages - 2400 words) and extended English abstracts (2 pages, 600 words), in LNCS format.

The submission language can be Spanish, Portuguese, Italian or English. In any case, a submission must also be supplemented with an extended English abstract. In case of acceptance, both the paper and the extended English abstract will be included in the workshop materials. The presentation can be given in the chosen language but presentation materials, in particular slides, have to be available in English in order to allow the English speaking community to get a good understanding of the research results. Preprepared audios and videos in English are also helpful. Conference system Easychair.

 

The proceedings will be published in a volume of the DR.IA- research group with DOI.

Authors shall submit their papers electronically via EasyChair before the due date in PDF format.

For any information, please send an email to: grupo.dr.ia@gmail.com

 

Important dates

 

Paper submission: 10 November 2020, via EasyChair.

Notification of acceptance: 28 November 2020

Workshop: 09 December 2020

Authors shall submit their papers electronically via EasyChair.

Connected with the JULIA (Artificial Intelligence in JUrisdiction Logistics)  Website: http://dria.unb.br

 
 

Program 

Program:

 

9:00 h -The analysis of civil liability in times of artificial intelligence

Ana Flávia Borges Paulino

 

9:30h - Corpus927 System: a Brazilian Judicial Research Tool Based on Artificial Intelligence

Fernanda Garcia 

 

10 h - O programa radar como auxílio na resolução das demandas repetitivas na resolução das demandas repetitivas e garantia de eficiência processual 

Sabrina Staats 

 

10:30 h - Agorithmic hypervulnerability: a possible guideline? 

Thales Pereira 

 

11:00  h- The Impact of New Technologies on International Arbitration

Yaritza Pérez Pacheco 

 

11:30 h  - Algorithmic cognitive viesis: how to protect human/fundamental rights? 

Lavinia Assis Bocchino 

Meire Furbino 

 

12 h - Formalising legal interpretation: decoupling methodologies and abstract semantics

Ilaria Angela Amantea 

Silvano Colombo Tosatto 

 

12:30 h - Interdisciplinary Analysis for the Creation of a Reliable Artificial Intelligence: Principles and Techniques

Silvio Gonçalves Xavier Júnior 

Ana Paula Assis Buosi 

João Araújo Monteiro Neto

Atention: 

All times are CET. For information about registration and accessing online sessions please see the Jurix Website.

 

Program Commitee

Program Committe:

Angelo Viglianisi Ferraro - Mediterranea International Centre for Human Rights Research - Italy

Aires José Rover - University of Santa Catarina/Brazil

Debora Bonat - University of Brasília/Brazil

Fabiano Hartmann Peixoto - University of Brasília/Brazil

Fausto dos Santos Morais - IMED/Brazil

Fernanda de Carvalho Lage - University of Brasília - Brazil

Gabriela Natacha Bechara - UNIVEM - Brazil

Renzo Cavani - Pontificia Universidade Católica do Perú - Perú

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Organisers (in alphabetical order):

Debora Bonat- University of Brasília/Brazil

Fabiano Hartmann Peixoto - University of Brasília/Brazil

Fausto dos Santos Morais - IMED/Brazil

Fernanda de Carvalho Lage - University of Brasília/Brazil

Renzo Cavani -  PUCP/Peru

 
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