The latest AICOL-XII@JURIX2020 online workshop in Brno, Czech Republic, addressed the Covid-19 response of the AI and legal informatics communities. During the crisis, many datathons, hackathons and programming events took place, bringing together the brightest talents to fight pandemics. The AI community was invited to contribute to these efforts, and the response manifested itself in a number of different solutions. We believe that the situation created by the pandemic is not yet over, we are not yet in the wake. Therefore, we will continue to pay particular attention to these issues, as they can be linked not only to health policy, but also to their social impact on the digital society, such as redefining work-based and platform-based economies or promoting hate speech and cybercrime online. With this in mind, in addition to its usual themes, the workshop will also host: • Common interdisciplinary social, legal, political, philosophical and technical approaches to combat COVID-19. The 37 revised full articles included in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 69 submissions. They provide a complete picture of the state of legal informatics. Contributions are divided into six main sections: philosophy of law, conceptual analysis and epistemic approaches; Analysis and representation of rules and standards; Legal vocabulary and natural language processing; legal ontologies and semantic annotation; legal reasoning; and courts, jurisdiction and dispute resolution. The new fifth volume reflects the ethical change that has taken place in the field of AI over the past three years and positions L&T research as a solution provider for the development of the hybrid intelligence space opened by artificial intelligence. It also promotes new thinking on legal knowledge graphs, legal rights, legal governance and the rule of law. LNAI 13048 will be presented on June 21.
With this call for papers, we begin with the compilation of the 6th volume of AICOL. Information on the conference report: XAILA 2020, AICOL 2018. AiCOL 2020 Papers and abstracts will be reviewed by at least 3 PC members before being accepted for presentation in the workshop. A second round of peer reviews will be conducted before the next volume of AICOL is submitted to LNAI (end of 2022). easychair.org/conferences/?conf=aicol20212022. This is a new call for AICOL@JURIX2021 in its 13th edition. 10.00-10.30 Georgios N. Kouziokas, Artificial Intelligence Based Crime Forecasting in Public Administration by Implementing a Feedforward Multi-layer Perceptron information Anzahl der Abbildungen: 19 s/w Abbildungen, 35 Abbildungen in Farbe.
AICOL International Workshops 2015-2017: AICOL VI@JURIX 2015, AICOL VII@EKAW 2016, AICOL VIII@JURIX 2016, AICOL IX@ICAIL 2017 and AICOL X@JURIX 2017, revised selected editors: Víctor Rodríguez-Doncel, Monica Palmirani, Michał Araszkiewicz, Pompeu Casanovas, Ugo Pagallo, Giovanni Sartor Louis de Koker (La TYrobe University, Australia) Luigi Di Caro, University of Turin, Italy Tom van Engers (University of Amsterdam, Netherlands) Enrico Francesconi (ITTIG, Florence; EurLex, Luxembourg) Michael Genesereth (Stanford University, USA) Jorge González-Conejero (IDT-UAB, Barcelona, Spain) Guido Governatori (NICTA, Brisbane, Australia) Davide Grossi, University of Liverpool, United Kindgom 9.30-10.00 Bernhard Waltl, Thomas Reschenhofer and Florian Matthes Modelling, execution and analysis of formalised legal standards in model-based decision-making structures Information The new AICOL volume is available here until December. 1, 2018: link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-00178-0 11.30-12.00 Taiwo Oriola, Requirements for regulatory oversight of the software vulnerability information market. 12.00-12.30 Maria Angela Biasiotti und Fabrizio Turchi, Electronic Evidence Semantic Structure: Exexchange Evidence Across Europe in a coherent and consistent way information.