ReMeP 2021 Hybrid Legal Informatics Conference
The registration for ReMeP 2021 Hybrid Legal Informatics Conference is now open!
We kindly invite you to secure your free online conference ticket under: https://bit.ly/3wDXhzy
Due to the volatile COVID-19 situation a limited number of in-person tickets will be provided upon invitation only. Please contact us directly via firstname.lastname@example.org, should you be interested in attending personally!
This year’s ReMeP will focus on computational law and legal knowledge graphs and feature many interesting workshops, keynotes and panel discussions. We have secured a number of top-notch speakers – so there is much to look forward to - i.a.:
- Prof. Michael Genesereth, Stanford University, USA
- Prof. Hans-Georg Fill, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
- Prof. Monica Palmirani, Bologna University, Italy
- Associate Prof. Víctor Rodríguez-Doncel, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
- Prof. Houman Shadab, New York Law School, USA
- and many more
ReMeP 2021 kicks off on Sunday evening, 5th of September 2021, with an inspirational keynote given by Professor Michael Genesereth, University of Stanford: “The Legacy of Hammurabi – Why Computational Law is the natural next step in a progression that began millennia ago.”
On Monday, 6th and Tuesday, 7th of September 2021 there will be two days full of workshops, keynotes and panel discussions, which will cover the following topics, among others:
- Rule as code, in particular applications based on artificial intelligence
- Is no code or low code a way to get lawyers involved in application development
- Logic applications in law
- Automated compliance tools and their possible application in practice
- Legal and regulatory limitations for artificial intelligence
- How do legal knowledge graphs work
- Data security in the legal domain
- Artificial intelligence at court
As always, there will be workshops offering interesting and innovative practical applications of legal informatics.