Deadline: Abstracts should be submitted by August 23, 2015.
The conference seeks abstracts on topics including:
- The law and ethics of artificial intelligence
- Algorithmic accountability in medicine, finance, journalism, law, and education
- Algorithms and transparency
- How can law enable “innovative” journalism and research?
- The effect of socio-technological environment on professional practices and norms
- What are the black boxes lawyers and policymakers most want exposed?
500-700 word abstracts may be submitted by August 23 to Heather Branch at heather.branch[@]yale.edu. Notifications of selection will be made by September 10. Full first draft papers are expected on December 15, 2015.