Publié le 29 novembre 2022 Mis à jour le 29 novembre 2022

Ce symposium international est organisé par la Fondtion France - Japon de l'EHESS et Air Liquide.


du 1 décembre 2022 au 2 décembre 2022

le jeudi, de 13h à 19h
le vendredi, de 9h à 13h

Bâtiment de recherche Sud, Visioconférence

Along with advances of artificial intelligence into society, a situation has emerged in which artificial intelligence is closely related to the real world and legal and ethical problems caused by artificial intelligence naturally occur. In particular, AI systems by which governments replace human officials (we call here “algorithmic law”) receives a critical concern since these decisions made by the AI system will be legally effective to enforce people. Along with frequent uses of such AI systems, algorithmic law will become a great matter for civil rights. Therefore, civil control of algorithmic law should be prepared urgently. To solve these problems, we request governments to expose program source of such AI systems to the public. However, there is a serious technical problem about this check of algorithmic law. Currently, analysis of software code is done manually. However, according to increasing number of such software, it would be very difficult to find a problem by human. For this reason, automatic compliance check of legal and ethical norms for algorithmic law should be investigated. In this symposium, we are discussing how we automate compliance check of norms for algorithmic law with interdisciplinary researchers from computer science, AI, standardization, law and ethics. The topics includes but not limited to :

  1. Automatic mechanisms for compliance check of algorithmic law
  2. How to extract information related with compliance from program source of algorithmic law
  3. How to formalize abstract compliance norms.


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