Final call for papers: ICAIL 2015: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law

The final call for papers has been issued for ICAIL 2015: International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law, being held 8-12 June 2015 at the University of San Diego School of Law in San Diego, California, USA.

Here are the important dates:

  • Deadline for submission of abstracts (optional): January 9, 2015
  • Deadline for submission of papers: January 16, 2015 (this deadline is hard)
  • Deadline for submission of demonstration abstracts: January 23, 2015
  • Notification of acceptance: March 13, 2015
  • Deadline for submission of doctoral consortium papers: March 31, 2015
  • Deadline for final revised and formatted papers: April 17, 2015
  • Conference: June 8 – June 12, 2015

Here are excerpts from the call:

[…] Artificial Intelligence and Law is a vibrant research field that focuses on:

  • Legal reasoning and development of computational methods of such reasoning
  • Applications of AI and other advanced information technologies that are intended to support the legal domain
  • Discovery of electronically stored information for legal applications (eDiscovery)
  • Machine learning and data mining for legal applications
  • Formal models of norms, normative systems, and norm-governed societies

Since it began in 1987, the ICAIL conference has been established as the primary international conference addressing research in Artificial Intelligence and Law. It is organized biennially under the auspices of the International Association for Artificial Intelligence and Law (IAAIL). The conference proceedings are published by ACM. The journal Artificial Intelligence and Lawregularly publishes expanded versions of selected ICAIL papers.

The field serves as an excellent setting for AI researchers to demonstrate the application of their work in a rich, real-world domain. The conference also serves as a venue for researchers to showcase their work on the theoretical foundations of computational models of law. Accordingly, authors are invited to submit papers on a broad spectrum of research topics that include, but are not restricted to:

  • Formal and computational models of legal reasoning
  • Computational models of argumentation and decision making
  • Computational models of evidential reasoning
  • Legal reasoning in multi-agent systems
  • Knowledge acquisition techniques for the legal domain, including natural language processing and data mining
  • Legal knowledge representation including legal ontologies and common sense knowledge
  • Automatic legal text classification and summarization
  • Automated information extraction from legal databases and texts
  • Data mining applied to the legal domain
  • Conceptual or model-based legal information retrieval
  • E-government, e-democracy and e-justice
  • Modeling norms for multi-agent systems
  • Modeling negotiation and contract formation
  • Online dispute resolution
  • Intelligent legal tutoring systems
  • Intelligent support systems for the legal domain
  • Interdisciplinary applications of legal informatics methods and systems

ICAIL is keen to broaden its scope to include topics of growing importance in artificial intelligence research. Therefore, papers are invited on the following featured categories:

  • eDiscovery and eDisclosure
  • Open Data and Big Data
  • Machine Learning
  • Argument Mining

[…]

For more details, please see the complete call for papers.

HT Anne Gardner

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