Gikii 2021 final schedule

By | September 13, 2021

Here are the abstracts


Some presentations have links leading to slides and videos. The chat log for the conference is here (with names redacted).

Monday, 13th September


10.00 Marvellous Session (Chairs Andelka Phillips and Sara Correia)

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 (Chairs Florian Idelberger and Giovanni de Gregorio)

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 (Chairs Wani Steven and Florian Idelberger)

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 (Chairs Reuben Binns and Lilian Edwards)

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 (Paul Bernal and Giovanni de Gregorio )

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 (Catherine Easton and Andelka Phillips)

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 ( Catherine Easton and Wani Steven)

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 ( Sara Correia and Antonio Davola)

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 (Wani Steve and Vanessa Hanschke)

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 (video)

16:30-18:00 Gikii 2021 conclusions and Zoom social

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