ALL TIMES UK TIME (BST, not GMT)
Monday, 13th September
10.00 Marvellous Session
Liam Sunner – House of Intellectual Property / Powers of Intellectual Property: An analysis of the European Union’s engagement with International Intellectual Property Law through the prism of a trade agreement with the mutant nation of Krakoa.
Patricia Živković – The Regulation of General Artificial Intelligence in the European Union: Are We Ready for J.A.R.V.I.S. and Vision?
Lilian Edwards and Hannah Smethurst – A Regulatory Miracle?
11.00 coffee break
11.30 Watching the Detectives
Marion Oswald – The Mistake of the Machine Revisited
Sara Correia and Cate Hopkins – Restorative Justice in the Digital Society: Themes from Netflix’s How to Get Away With Murder
Reuben Binns – Just one more datapoint … Columbo audits the algorithms
12.30 lunch break
14:00 Accountability and Public Engagement
Lamprini Georgiou – How can you make a “robot” accountable for its actions?
Miranda Mowbray – The Exam Returns
Michael Dunford and J. Remy Green – The Voyage of the Good Ship Threadnought: What the Aftermath of the World’s Worst Retraction Demand Teaches Us About Lawsuits, Public Engagement, and the Legal Significance of Cat Memes
15:00 coffee break
15:30 Space and Disaster
Chris Marsden – The Political Economy of Unregulation – Or How I Learned to Love the Oligarchs, They Pay My Rent
Hjalte Osborn Frandsen – Space Force? Bah – We need space traffic cops!
Andrew Olivo – The Law of the Apocalypse
16:30 coffee break
17:00 Dolphins, Dragons and Monsters
Fernando Barrio – The legal reality of the fictitious life of Johnny Mnemonic
Silvia de Conca – A natural history of dragons: the memoir of a junior scholar
Federica Giovanella – Product liability and the Internet of (Stranger) Things
18:00-19:15 Zoom pet show and bring-your-own drinks
Tuesday, 14th September
10:00 Privacy, or not
Paul Bernal – Privacy in troubled times, or, Intersecting dystopias
Jiahong Chen and Lucas Miotto – Being Manipulated in Real Time: The Modern Family Life
Mando Rachovitsa – Schrödinger’s cats in the cloud: Privacy and open-source are dead (and aren’t)
Wendy Grossman and Jon Crowcroft – Leaky by Design
11:00 coffee break
11.30 Work Fit for Humans
Clement Guitton, Aurelia Tamò-Larrieux and Simon Mayer – When robots become judges and laymen become lawyers… The end of the world as we know it?
Vanessa Hanschke and Yasmin Hanschke – Clickworkers: Problems and Solutions for the Future of AI Labour
Tomas Klink – HCI for Gig Economy Apps
Sebastian Felix Schwemer – Human-in-the-Loop: What can the EU learn from Star Trek?
12:30 lunch break
14:00 Zombie Professors and other Fakes
Aislinn O’Connell – Deepfakes and the Law: A Right Royal Mess
Guido Noto La Diega, Giulia Priora, Bernd Justin Jütte and Léo Pascault – Death Becomes HE: The Rise of Lecture Capture in the Panopt(ic)o(n)
Adrian Aronsson-Storrier (actually by Will Page) – No AIs were exploited in the creation of this presentation
15:00 coffee break
15.30 Blockchain Gang
Florian Idelberger – The Uncanny Valley of Computable Contracts
Edmund Schuster – Cloud Crypto Land
Dinusha Mendis – What’s the Deal with NFTs and Copyright?
Andres Guadamuz – Ceci n’est pas une pipe: Adventures in NFT-land
16:30-18:00 Gikii 2021 conclusions and Zoom social