CLC Delhi Organising 3rd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and International Law
Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi organising an International Law Conference on "Artificial Intelligence and International Law"
Dates of event: 24th & 25th June 2022
Objective of the event:
- To understand the interplay of Artificial Intelligence and International Law.
- To accentuate the significance of Artificial Intelligence and International law, analyze their development and examine their possible interplay in the contemporary world.
- To deliberate upon regulation of Artificial Intelligence to understand the challenges posed by Artificial Intelligence and further deliberate upon the need for an International regulatory framework for the same.
- To evaluate compatibility in Artificial Intelligence and existing international law mechanisms.
- To dissect the existing international law mechanisms, treaties, statues, principles to accommodate Artificial Intelligence and ascertaining compatibility in Artificial Intelligence and International Law.
- To analyse the concept of International Regulation of AI in the Global Financial Space as well as its importance in Governance and the Defense Sector.
- To understand the contribution of AI in sustainable development.
- To acknowledge the unethical use of data by private and public entities with the help of AI.
- To understand AI as a new creator and competitor in the realm of intellectual property rights
Who can participate:
- Academicians from universities, institutes and colleges across the globe.
- Research scholars, faculties and students pursuing law, technology and/or finance from various universities.
- Legal practitioners.
- Defense personnels.
- Indian as well as foreign firms.
- Bureaucrats, diplomats, policymakers and journalists.
- Representatives of Government organisations, civil societies, NGOs, co-operatives societies
Registration fees: Rs 2,000 and a foreign participant has to pay a fee of 50 USD.
- Long Articles: Between 5000 and 8000 words.
- Essays: Between 3000 and 5000 words
- Case Notes and Legislative Comments: Between 1500 and 2500 words.
- All the pages of the Final Paper should have a margin of 1 inch on all sides;
- Main Title of the Paper: Font – Times New Roman; Size – 18; Line Spacing – 1.5; Alignment – Centre; Uppercase; Bold face;
- Body: Font – Times New Roman; Size – 12; Line Spacing – 1.5; Alignment – Justified; The citations must be typewritten in the font: Times New Roman, Font Size: 10, Line Spacing: 1.0 and justified alignment. Submissions must conform to a uniform method of citation.
- Co-authorship of maximum two authors per paper is allowed.
- The author(s) should send a separate Cover Letter with their final papers incorporating the following details, name(s), affiliated college, full postal address, e-mail id and contact number along with the title of the paper. The paper should not contain any biographical references of the author(s).
- Authors are requested to stick to the word limit.
- All papers must be an original work of the author(s). Plagiarism will lead to cancellation of the paper.
- Abstract Submission
Early submission: 29th May, 2022 by 23:59 hours
Last date of submission: 05th June, 2022 by 23:59 hours
- Result of Abstract Submission:
First batch of result: 02nd June, 2022 by 23:59 hours
Second batch of result: 09th June, 2022 by 23:59 hours
- Full-Length Paper Submission: 19th June, 2022 by 23:59 hours
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