Gikii XiV Programme
Collette Bowe Room – Queens Building, Queen Mary University of London – Mile End Road – London E1 4NS – United Kingdom
Monday, 9 September 2019
12:00- Welcome and registration
13:00-14:30 The Dream Master (Chair Fernando Barrio)
Daithi Mac Sithigh, Scooter: Back in the UK?
Alexandra Giannopoulou and Valeria Ferrari, Closing the circle: In Libra we trust?
Anna Ronkainen, Paradigms of Legal Service Innovation on The Good Fight
Edina Harbinja and Julien Rossi, How alive is your data protection while stuck in the transition between life and death?
14:30-16:00 Dreaming Electric Sheep (Chair Catherine Easton)
Alessandra Demichei, The AI-Factor – From the score to the algorithm. Is copyright out there?
Cristina Murray-Radulescu, After the Turing Test: The Legal Reform of Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 Granting Artificial Intelligence Authorship Rights for Copyright Protected Works
16:30-18:00 Animal Farm (Chair Andres Guadamuz)
Tristan Henderson, Implication of a Singapore-style B**xit for UK technology law
Catherine Easton, Brazil, Security and Bureaucracy: Case study: The Ministry of Information
Derek McAuley and Richard Mortier, DoH; A Section 31 approach to the use of the Domain Name System
Matthew White, Bran the Broken, or Bran the Branopticon, destroyer of democracy?
Tuesday, 10 September
9:00 Coffee gathering
10:00-11:30 FEED, the data is in your brain, your brain is the data (Chair Daithi Mac Sithigh)
Fernando Barrio, Princess Mononoke: Gods and animals regulating technology in XIV Century Japan
Edina Harbinja, Michael Veale, Lilian Edwards and Jef Ausloos, The Death SAR: GDPR and the rights of the (un)dead
11:30-13:00 The Space Merchants (Chair Judith Rauhofer)
Andrea Matwyshyn and Miranda Mowbray, FAKE
Shane Patrick McNamee, Bendy Bananas and Banning Bins – Regulation in the (Mis)Information Age
14:00-15:30 R.U.R., the universalisation of AI (Chair Miranda Mowbray)
Wenlong Li, Jiahong Chen, Xinxiang Shi and Qingxiang Wu, The Curious Case of OpenAI Five: Ethics for Artificial Intelligence Self-play
Sheila Bamugemereire, Dirty Computers: What can Afrofuturism and Black Feminism teach us about Algorithmic Bias?
Laurence Diver, Legal tech, or Story of Your [Legal] Life
16:00-17:30 Divergent (Chair Edina Harbinja)
Paul Bernal, Paul Breaks The Internet
Reuben Binns, A Super-Sad True Gikii Story
Andres Guadamuz, Cyber-dystopianism: The Internet seen through the lens of nightmares