Legal informatics papers at We Robot 2013 Conference

Some legal informatics papers or panels are included in the program for the 2013 We Robot Conference, to be held 8-9 April 2013 at Stanford Law School, in Stanford, California, USA:

Panel: Law as Algorithm
Speakers: Peter Asaro, Lisa Shay, Woodrow Hartzog
Moderator: Harry Surden
Related Papers:
On Implicit and Explicit Legal Requirements for Human Judgment
Do Robots Dream of Electric Laws? An Experiment in Law as Algorithm
[…]

Panel: Designing Values
Speakers: Ergun Calisgan, AJung Moon, Aneta Podsiadla
Moderator: Ian Kerr
Related Papers:
Open Roboethics Pilot: Accelerating Policy Design, Implementation and Demonstration of Socially Acceptable Robot Behaviors
What Robotics Can Learn from the Contemporary Problems of Information Technologies Sector- Compliance and Enforcement of Privacy by Design
[…]

Paper: Programming Robotic Decisions with Potentially Lethal Outcomes: Comparing Self-Driving Cars and Autonomous Weapon Systems, and How They Should Be Regulated as Their Autonomous Capabilities Evolve
Authors: Kenneth Anderson, Matthew Waxman
Commentator: Dan Siciliano (Stanford University Rock Center)

HT @LawandLit

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2 Responses to Legal informatics papers at We Robot 2013 Conference

  1. There will be live coverage of the We Robot 2013 conference, 8-9 April, at http://robohub.org/we-robot-live-coverage-on-robotics-and-the-law/ (shortlink: http://bit.ly/16GEbIa ).

    The Twitter hashtag for the conference is #werobot2013 https://twitter.com/search?q=%23werobot2013

    HT @sabinehauert https://twitter.com/sabinehauert/status/320915589570899971

  2. Video of the We Robot 2013 Conference has been posted: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=“We+Robot+2013” (shortlink: http://bit.ly/12Kt92V )

    Here is the link to video of the panel: ‘Do Robots Dream of Electric Laws: An Experiment in Law as Algorithm’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVE8pmwGi2Q

    HT @stanfordlaw https://twitter.com/stanfordlaw/status/328940840221306880

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