Calls for papers, with diverse submission deadlines, have been issued for the workshops at ICAIL 2011: The International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law; the workshops are scheduled to be held 6 and 10 June 2011, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
- 1 April 2011: Research papers;
- 22 April 2011: Position papers.
Workshop on Agent Model-Based Reasoning in Law, 6 June 2011. Deadline:
- 14 March 2011.
Computational Law: A Bridge Towards the Business Rules, 6 June 2011. Deadline:
- 20 April 2011.
AI & Evidential Inference, 10 June 2011. Deadline:
AHLTL 2011: Applying Human Language Technology to the Law, 10 June 2011. Deadline:
- 31 March 2011.
Coherence 2011: Artificial Intelligence, Coherence, and Judicial Reasoning, 10 June 2011. Deadlines:
- 15 April 2011: Abstracts;
- 3 June 2011: Full papers.
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