Technology is transforming society on many fronts. In recent years, we have seen the sustained move from atoms to bits, rise of social media and the sharing economy, and the rapid development of cloud computing, big data, smart devices, and robotics. Along with these developments we see a continuous stream of new legal and regulatory issues. For every problem solved, two new problems seem to surface.
TILTing perspectives 2019 brings together for the 6th time researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and civil society at the intersection of law and regulation, technology, and society to share insights, exchange ideas and formulate, discuss and suggest answers to contemporary challenges related to technological innovation. The conference will include plenary sessions, parallel sessions, and panel discussions with invited speakers, as well as presentations from respondents to a call for papers.
Call for Papers TILTing Perspectives 2019: Regulating a World in Transition
Change may be the intended result of the application of a technology, or it may be one of its unintended side effects. In any case, the development of technology by humanity poses complex moral and legal questions as to the acceptable intended and unintended effects that technology has on a given society.
These developments and transformations warrant the adoption of 'Regulating a World in Transition’ as the theme for the sixth bi-annual TILTing Perspectives conference on the intersection of law, technology, and society.
The conference features six large tracks: Data Protection, Health and Environment, Responsibility in Artificial Intelligence, Intellectual Property and Innovation, Digital Clearinghouse ,and Justice and the Data Market.
We welcome research papers, position papers, work-in-progress presentations and other contributions before November 1st 2018.
Download the Call for Papers here.
Registration fees include: access to the academic conference sessions and coffee/tea/lunch during the three conference days.
Early Bird (until 15 March, 2019): € 250
Regular fee (after 15 March 2019): € 300
PhD students: € 100
Master and Bachelor students: € 50