Gikii London 2016 Call for Papers

Gikii comes back to London this year, so we will be having two Gikii events in September. The always amazing Andrea Matwyshyn has posted the call for papers: http://www.andreamm.com/gikii2016.html All your Internet thing are belong to us DATE:        September 30, 2016 9a – 5p PLACE:        London, 1 Suffolk St, London SW1Y 4HG Check… Read More »

Gikii in Adelaide 2016

In a year that is going to bring a new Star Trek movie, a new Independence Day, an all-female Ghostbusters team, a new X-Men movie, Season 6 of Game of Thrones, and yet another preview of the Winds of Winter, prepare yourself for more excitement. Gikii will be hosted at the Adelaide Law School, University… Read More »

Gikii 2015: Living in the Future (final programme)

Venue WZB Berlin Social Science Center Reichpietschufer 50 10785 Berlin Google Maps Wednesday 23 September Pre-conference drinks, 8 pm. APARTMENT Bar Heidestraße 62 10557 Berlin Thursday 24 September Registration and Buffet 12.30 – 13.30 Welcome Address 13.30 Session 1. The State of the Art (Future Law) 14.00 – 15.30 Chair: Professor Lilian Edwards David Murakami… Read More »

2015 Programme

Final programme. Venue WZB Berlin Social Science Center Reichpietschufer 50 10785 Berlin Google Maps Wednesday 23 September Pre-conference drinks, 8 pm. APARTMENT Bar Heidestraße 62 10557 Berlin Thursday 24 September Registration and Buffet 12.30 – 13.30 Welcome Address 13.30 Session 1. The State of the Art (Future Law) 14.00 – 15.30 Chair: Professor Lilian Edwards… Read More »

2015 accepted papers

Remember that Registration is now open. This year’s papers are: Kim Barker. Why the web needs a Daredevil… Melanie Dulong de Rosnay. Digital Golems and Peer-to-Peer Law Catherine Easton. A golden ticket? Uber, Airbnb and the Chocolate Factory of the sharing economy Lilian Edwards. I wasn’t myself: conceptions of secrecy, privacy and identity in the… Read More »

Gikii 2015 Call for Papers

Welcome to the future… The future doesn’t look exactly as we imagined, only a handful of us get to live in space, there are no hoverboards and flying cars, and no jetpack in sight. Disappointment abounds. But look closely and the future is more interesting than we imagined. You can talk to your computer, and… Read More »