TILT

International PhD Colloquium 2021

Date: Time: 10:00 Location: ONLINE Meeting

LTMS International PhD Colloquium 2021

The Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT) is organizing the fourth edition of its annual PhD Colloquium (TIPC2021)  on :

“The Regulation of New Technologies”

which will be held  online on 16 June 2021.

The Colloquium is meant for gaining insights from young scholars across the world to address increasing uncertainties and risks of the popular roll out of new technologies alongside their long-term benefits. As technology develops, so do societal perceptions of technology and the desired regulatory response thereto.

Twenty three PhD researchers across Europe have been selected to present their interesting, timely research papers on four tracks, namely, data privacy protection, AI regulation, law and economics, and energy and environmental law. They will engage with (senior) researchers at TILT  and other participants in these fields in a close discussion of their research findings. The event is open to participation within the Tilburg Law School and to outsiders in a participation by invitation manner.

Printable program and abstracts

Program  |  TIPC 2021, 16 June     (10:00 – 16:05, Amsterdam)

 

10:00-10:30, Room 1:                                                             |    Opening and Keynote

  Opening:  Bo Zhao, TILT, Tilburg University  
 

Keynote:

Ronald Leenes, TILT, Tilburg University

Artificial INTELLIGENCE, Laissez faire, regulate or what?

 

10:30-11:30, Session 1:

  Room 2:

Law and Economics

Chair : Bo Zhao, TILT, Tilburg University

Room 3:

Regulating AI (1)

Chair: Charmian Lim, TILT, Tilburg University

10:30-10:50

Olena Demchenko, University of Pecs

Transactions with loot boxes in video games. European approach to the gambling regulations in the gaming industry

Discussant:  Inge Graef, TILT, TILEC, Tilburg University

Kelly Blount, University of Luxembourg  

Bridging the regulation gap in artificial intelligence technologies for law enforcement

Discussant: Floris Bex, TILT, Tilburg University

10:50-11:10

Jamelia Anderson-Princen, Tilburg University  

Cloud outsourcing in the financial sector: An assessment of internal governance strategies on a cloud transaction between bank and a leading cloud service provider

Discussant: Konrad Borowicz, TILT, TILEC, Tilburg University

Gijs van Maanen, Tilburg University 

Governance of algorithms requires attention to representation

Discussant: Tineke Broer, TILT, Tilburg University

11:10-11:30

Shashi Kant Yadav, Central European University  

Precautionary approaches towards fracking-related water risks in multilevel legal systems of the US, India, and EU

Discussant: Gert Meyers, TILT, Tilburg University

Francesca Palmiotto, European University Institute

Transparency or explainability? Different solutions for regulating AI

Discussant: Linnet Taylor, TILT, Tilburg University

 11:30-11:40, Room 1:                                                             |  10 minutes break | open chat

11:40-12:40, Session 2:

 

Room 2:

Data and privacy protection (1)

Chair: Tjasa Petrocnik, TILT, Tilburg University

Room 3:

Regulating AI (2)

Chair: Gijs van Maanen, Tilburg University

11:40-12:00

Eyup Kun , KU Leuven Centre for IT and IP Law (CiTiP)  

Strengthening the supervision in the EU cybersecurity law: are all organizational measures created equally?

Discussant:

Emmanuel.C.J. Pernot-LePlay, TILT, Tilburg University

Elisabeth Paar, University of Vienna  

Artificial Intelligence and judicial independence - An exemplary constitutional analysis regarding the hearing of witnesses

Discussant:

Marijke Roosen, TILT, Tilburg University

12:00-12:20

Athena Christofi , KU Leuven, CiTiP 

Smart cities and the challenge of aggregated effects: searching for macro-balancing tests

Discussant:

Emmanuel.C.J. Pernot-LePlay, TILT, Tilburg University

Maarten Herbosch, KU Leuven 

The precontractual use of AI systems: legal opportunities and challenges

Discussant:

Marijke Roosen, TILT, Tilburg University

12:20-12:40

Maja Nisevic , University of Verona 

A study on the personal data processing and the UCPD focused on case law of Italy, Germany and UK

Discussant:

Emmanuel.C.J. Pernot-LePlay, TILT, Tilburg University

Antonella Zarra, Hamburg University, Institute of Law and Economics 

The cost of AI-driven accidents

Discussant:

Bo Zhao, TILT, Tilburg University

 12:40-13:40, Room 1:                                                             |  1h Lunch break | open chat

13:40-14:40, Session 3:
 

 

Room 2

Data and Privacy Protection (2)

Chair: Gargi Sharma, TILT, Tilburg University

Room 3

Regulating AI (3)

Chair: Charmian Lim, TILT, Tilburg University

13:40-14:00

Beril Boz , University of Oxford, Faculty of Law  

Social media and children ‘working’ under surveillance

Discussant:

Tanya Krupiy, TILT, Tilburg University

David Hadwick, Universiteit Antwerpen   

Deus tax machine: How should the use of artificial intelligence by tax administrations be regulated in the EU?

Discussant:

Marijke Roosen, TILT, Tilburg University

14:00-14:20

Samir Jarjoui, University of Dallas

People, process, and technology: A novel framework for big data governance

Discussant:

Tanya Krupiy, TILT, Tilburg University

Marthe GoudsmitUniversity of Oxford 

Regulating user-generated image-based sexual abuse on online platforms : exploring criminal law and artificial intelligence-based web crawlers options

Discussant:

Marijke Roosen, TILT, Tilburg University

14:20-14:40

Tjasa Petrocnik, TILT, Tilburg University

Informed consent in the age of iLeviathan

Discussant:

Bo Zhao, TILT, Tilburg University

Rachele Carli, University of Bologna  

Criticalities and future challenges of social robotics: a focus on deception in human-robot interaction

Discussant:

Dovilė Petkevičiūtė Barysienė, Vilnius University

14:40-14:50,  Room 1                                                             |    10 minutes break | open chat

14:50-15:50, Session 4:

 

Room 2

Energy and Environmental law

Chair: Brenda  Espinosa Apráez, TILT, TILEC, Tilburg University

Room 3

Data and Privacy Protection (3)

Chair: Gargi Sharma, TILT, Tilburg University

14:50-15:10

Asieh Haieri Yazdi  CEPMLP, University of Dundee  

Nuclear energy in uncertain times of the Persian gulf

Discussant:

Leonie Reins, TILT, Tilburg University

Hannah Smith , University of Oxford  

The role of the citizen in legitimising reuses of administrative data in research

Discussant:

Bo Zhao, TILT, Tilburg University

15:10-15:30

Liebrich Hiemstra, Tilburg University

Energy trading and data disclosure: the legal basis of information exchange between supervisory agencies

Discussant:

Saskia Lavrijssen, TILT, TILEC, Tilburg University

Florence D'Ath , Université de Luxembourg

Data protection law as a tool to neutralize discriminatory outcomes in the context of e-recruiting practices

Discussant:

Bo Zhao, TILT, Tilburg University

15:30-15:50

Manon Simon, University of Tasmania

Adaptive governance for solar radiation management

Discussant:

Leonie Reins, TILT, Tilburg University

 

 15:50-16:05, Room 1                                                             |  15 minutes Conclusion

 

Abstracts

Session 1: Law and Economics
Session 1: Regulating AI (1)
Session 2: Data and privacy protection (1)
Session 2: Regulating AI (2)
Session3: Data and Privacy Protection (2)
Session 3: Regulating AI (3)
Session 4: Energy and Environmental law
Session 4: Data and Privacy Protection (3)

Call for papers

Theme
Submission and organization

Registration:

* For more information regarding participation in this event please contact M. van Genk13 June at latest.

Contact

For further information, please contact Dr. Marijke Roosen (M.Roosen@tilburguniversity.edu)  and Dr. Bo Zhao (s.b.zhao@tilburguniversity.edu)

Organizing committee

  • Dr. Marijke Roosen
  • Dr. Bo Zhao