Indian Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Law, 2021
October 1-3, 2021 [Virtual Edition]
The Premier Flagship Conference of the Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence & Law.
The Indian Conference on AI and Law, 2021 is the Flagship Conference of the team of the Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Law.
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Special Presentations on innovative ideas related to Artificial Intelligence and Law.
Exceptional Panel Discussions on various issues related to AI and Law.
The Cyclicity of AI and Human Resilience
This year, the Secretariat has decided to undertake a new policy agenda for the Indian Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Law, 2021. In the first virtual edition of IndoCon, the major focus areas decided for our panels and tracks were central to the theme of transition from the first two decades of 2000-2019 to a new era, amidst the COVID19 pandemic. Unlike what popular opinion might have thought, this pandemic has seemingly accelerated human development (possibly evolution). The vulnerability to deal with pandemics and such biological calamities teaches us as humankind to act humble, think reasonably and bridge gaps between individual rights and group rights. Artificial Intelligence, though, does not determine distinctively between the domains of individual and collective rights respectively, which seems quite problematic, considering that AI induces social control with much pace through cyberspace and ever-increasing reliance on cyber or digital activities. Thus, we have decided on a universalized and India-centric Global theme for the Conference, which is central to the notion of Cyclical AI.
By Cyclical AI, we mean that phases of growth of human society as a whole, and its civilizations need not be linear in terms of analysing risks that might emerge due to the proliferation of AI products and services. We need an economic approach, which adapts and conditions how random uncertainties become certain as naturally as possible.
As India's Principal Economic Advisor to the Ministry of Finance, Shri Sanjeev Sanyal had stated once:
"Economics is about managing a series of random shocks and their unpredictable consequences. Economists who believe in "equilibriums" also believe in the tooth fairy."
Incidents such as the Suez Canal block, the COVID19 pandemic and its disastrous waves and even the cases of mutation signal towards the same issue.
Imagine how can humans through AI, which is assumed to be an 'extension' of humankind like historical chariots in Egypt and the Roman Empire, the printing press in the 14th and 15th Century in Europe, Penicillin and Insulin developments decades and centuries after the Industrial Revolution, achieve better goals. Even in the line of understanding Behavioural Economics, it seems probable that the randomness of societal and physical changes, whether through viruses, nature itself or any other strategic un-expectancy from human reality - resilience is the key to achieve Cyclic AI, which surpasses identitarian and biases-centric approach to AI Governance. Therefore, the Global theme for IndoCon 2021 is 'The Cyclicity of AI and Human Resilience'.
Themes of the Conference
The themes of IndoCon2021 are now released.
Deciphering Explainable Artificial Intelligence for the Indo-Pacific
Role of AI as Utilities and Services in the Development of Civilizations
Role of AI Hype on the Medical-Pharma Sectors in the World of Information Warfare
Reconciling Monotonocity in International AI Governance
The Demand to Disrupt Economies through Disruptive AI
India and Africa's Visions for Beneficial AI
The Need to Decipher Cooperation Between East Coast Code and the West Coast Code through Blockchain
AI and Blockchain: Need for Reforms in Indian Tax Regimes
Indian Civilization and the Aestheticization of Soft AI: A Soft Law Approach
Call for Papers and Commentaries
The Organizing Team of the Indian Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Law, 2021 opens the Call for Papers for the Track Presentations.
Papers (2500-10,000 words)
Policy Analysis (5,000-10,000 words)
The themes of the papers and policy analysis should be within the following themes of AI, Law & Policy or anything related to:
Indian Diplomacy and Artificial Intelligence
International AI Governance
Disruptive Artificial Intelligence & Conflict and Development Economics
The papers have to be mailed at email@example.com by September 15, 2021 along with the Authors' contact details and ORCIDs mandatorily.
The papers presented shall be subject to scrutiny, and on the basis of the same, may be published in the Conference Proceedings, i.e., AI and Glocalization in Law, Volume 2 or the Volume 2, Issue 1 of the Indian Journal of Artificial Intelligence & Law in October 2021. We do not charge any publication fee.
Registration Fee for Presentations
The Conference Registration Fee for all Presenters is 10 USD for Overseas Professionals and Students & 500 INR for Indian Professionals and Students.
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Call for Speakers
We will conduct special research panels on exclusive and pragmatic issues of AI and Law in the Conference Virtual Edition.
Apply now with your Curriculum Vitae and a 200-word summary of your talk.
A Bit About Us
Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Law is a registered Public Charitable Trust under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. Our motive has been to endorse ideas and innovation in AI Ethics and Social Sciences.
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