The 11th Artificial Intelligence Conference (SETN2020) was completed with international participation and success.
The established SETN conferences are biennial, organised by the Hellenic Artificial Intelligence Society (EETN) bringing together Greek and International AI scientists to present original and high-quality research on emergent topics of Artificial Intelligence.
SETN 2020 was organised by EETN in collaboration with the Institute of Informatics & Telecommunications of NCSR “Demokritos”, the Department of Informatics of the Athens University of Economics & Business, the Department of Informatics & Telematics of the Harokopio University of Athens and the Department of Informatics & Computer Engineering of the University of West Attica.
During the event, Athens Legal Tech, in collaboration with distinguished academics and professionals, hosted its first Workshop on AI, Law and Ethics.
The event was kindly sponsored by the Hellenic Artificial Intelligence Society (EETN).
This special event concerned the legal implications of developing and using AI systems in practice. A range of legal issues concerning AI, such as explainability, IP rights and liability, but also the impact of AI on the legal systems were discussed.
The presentations are publicly available on blod.gr.
Moderator: Lilian Mitrou
|Remarks on the Ethical Behaviour of Artificial Intelligence||Dimitrios Zafeirakopoulos and Petros Stefaneas|
|Designing Connected and Automated Vehicles around Legal and Ethical Concerns – Data Protection as a Corporate Social Responsibility||Paolo Balboni, Martim Taborda Barata, Anastasia Botsi and Kate Francis|
|Artificial Intelligence and Whistleblowing||Kalliopi Zouvia|
|Law enforcement in the Age of Artificial Intelligence||Panagiotis Kitsos|
Moderator: Vasilis Karkatzounis
|Product Liability Directive and software updates of automated vehicles||Dr. Michael Chatzipanagiotis|
|Algorithmic competition from the perspective of EU law||Eleni Tzoulia|
|Algorithmic pricing and the consumers’ welfare||Charalampos Kotios|
|A critical analysis on the denial of inventorship rights to AI and Creative Computers||Sergios Papastergiou|
Moderator: Spiros Tassis
|The prospects of Artificial Intelligence in a Court Information System||Epameinondas Troulinos|
|Predictive Analytics in court proceedings||Dr. Komninos Komnios|
|When European Criminal Justice meets Orwell: Assessing Risk Assessment tools||Eleftherios Chelioudakis|
|Artificial Intelligence as Evidence at Criminal Trial||Eftychia-Venetia Bampasika|
|From Legal Documents to Legal Document Management Systems; The case of LegiCrowd||Alexandros Nousias, Alain Couillault, Sofia Almpani|
|The Impact of Using Machine Learning for the Thematic Classification on Legal Documents||Aris Kosmopoulos, Stavroula Fikari and George Giannakopoulos|
|AI techniques in Greek projects Nomothesia and Choronomothesia||Manolis Koubarakis|
|Special remarks – Title pending||Nikos Aletras|