[NOTE: The call for papers submission deadline has been extended to 17 January 2011, according to @JackGConrad.]
A call for papers has been issued for ICAIL 2011: The 13th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, to be held 6-10 June 2011 at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
The conference is organized by IAAIL: The International Association for Artificial Intelligence and Law.
Here are the submission deadlines:
- “Mentoring program request deadline: November 8, 2010
- Mentoring program paper deadline: November 15, 2010
- Submission of workshop and tutorial proposals: December 6, 2010
- Submission of abstracts (optional): January 3, 2011″
- Submission of papers extended deadline: January 17, 2011
Papers are invited on the following topics:
- “Formal and computational models of legal reasoning
- Knowledge acquisition techniques for the legal domain, including natural language processing and data mining
- Computational models of argumentation and decision making
- Legal knowledge representation including legal ontologies and common sense knowledge
- Computational models of evidential reasoning
- Modeling norms for multi-agent systems
- Modeling negotiation and contract formation
- Computational models of case-based legal reasoning
- Conceptual or model-based legal information retrieval
- Automated information extraction from legal databases and texts
- Intelligent legal tutoring systems
- Intelligent support systems for the legal domain
- E-discovery and e-disclosure
- Automatic legal text classification and summarization
- Machine learning and data mining applied to legal databases”
For more information, please see the call for papers.
HT Jack G. Conrad.
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