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.

Submission guidelines:

  • 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.

Important dates:

  • 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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