With the support of the Supreme Court of China, Tsinghua University has established Institute for Studies on Artificial Intelligence and Law, and Tsinghua Law School have started a Master Program of Computational Law. Since then, Tsinghua Law School has cooperated well with departments of computer science and engineering at Tsinghua, leading companies of Internet and technology, and related government departments.
“Computational Law” in the forum mainly refers to three aspects: first, the legal challenges brought by technology, such as data rights and platform responsibility; second, the technologies that can be utilized to legal researches, such as new legal methodology and data mining of judgments; third, the development of intelligent applications for legal practice, such as trial assisting systems.
The coming forum is aimed to, on one hand, discuss legal and technological issues above; on the other hand, discuss the discipline development, talent cultivation and mutual collaboration of Computational Law. Tsinghua warmly welcomes insightful scholars to the forum and will cover the flights and accommodations for the first 10 scholars.
Email proposals to Dan Wu, the research assistant of Dean Weixing Shen, firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit a title, an abstract (100-300 words) of your speech and a personal profile via email. The deadline is Nov. 30, 2018.
Evening, 14th Dec.
Forenoon, 15th Dec.
Forum Opening & Keynote Speech
Afternoon, 15th Dec.