[Air-L] CFP for "The future of... conference on law and technologies"
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Infosoc Conference The future of.. Conference on Law & Technology
The future of..
On the 28th and 29th October 2008 the European University Institute will
host in Florence the first edition of "The future of..." Conference on Law &
Technology, organized by the InfoSoc Working Group in conjunction with the
Law department of the European University Institute.
Such conference aims to be an original and ground-breaking symposium,
attracting quality papers dealing with prospective studies and analyzes of
legal developments and transformations expected in the future. Taking into
account the present technological trends affecting society, the "Future of…"
Conference challenges scholars to think and foresee the main problems and
changes that Law will face and suffer in the upcoming future of ambient
technologies, ubiquitous and pervasive computing, web 3.0, mixed realities
(convergence between virtual and physical domains), autonomous software
agents, artificial intelligence and many other features and elements.
The conference thus welcomes the contribution of scholars and researchers
from anywhere in the world, whose interests and research are directed
towards the assessment of the evolving relationship that might develop
between law and technology. In particular, the contributions shall relate to
the interplay of law and technology and the impact it may have on the future
of the information society, with strong focus on the complementary and/or
conflictual nature of technology, as it may be employed to enforce certain
legal provisons, or, alternatively, to bypass the law to eventually replace
the legal regime by technological means.
Call for papers
The deadline for submission of detailled abstracts (min 3 pages) is:
*August 1, 2008
The deadline for submission of full papers is: * September 15, 2008 *
The notification of acceptance is: *August 15, 2008*
The papers may only be submitted in line with the following guidelines:
The submitted papers must not have been already published or been already
appointed for publication. In addition, the submitted papers may not have
been previously presented and/or submitted to a conference elsewhere.
The paper must come with a title and an abstract.
The paper (including the abstract, references, as well as any additional
tables, graphs, figures and/or annexes) must be sumbitted in its entirety as
one single document.
The paper must be structured and formatted in strict conformity with the
Style sheet specifications available
All submitted papers will be subject to peer-review in order to determine
which ones will be included into the conference. We guarantee that the
peer-review process will be carried out as a blind process according to
which every paper will be assessed on a strictly anonymous basis.
Submissions should be sent to infosoc at eui.eu
Department of Political and Social Sciences
European University Institute
Via dei Roccettini 9
I-50016 San Domenico di Fiesole (FI)
E-mail: alice.mattoni at eui.eu
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