Digital Transformation of Decision-Making

A research initiative of the Amsterdam Law School

Month: March 2021

Conference: EU Citizens and the Challenge of New Technologies for Civil Justice

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The Digital and Intelligent Europe: EU Citizens and the Challenge of New Technologies for Civil Justice conference will take place on 1 and 2 April 2021. This two-day conference will address how digital and intelligent technologies can be used responsibly and ethically, while upholding public values and procedural safeguards. The question of how citizens and consumers be better protected, and to ensure better access to justice, as new technologies reconfigure our societies, will be addressed.

UK gig drivers recognised as workers—what next?

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In response to the UK Supreme Court ruling in the case of Uber v Aslam , Jill Toh wrote a piece on Social Europe regarding the decision and the implications it will have on gig workers. She briefly discusses the case, the necessity of worker organising and the ongoing cases at the Amsterdam District Court related to data access and ‘robo-firing’.
View the post here .

EVENT: Digital Ideas Lunch Series: “Law in the Algorithmic Society”

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From 3 March 2021 – 26 May 2021, every Wednesday at lunch time, researchers and scholars will speak about the ethical, legal, and socio-political implications of law and AI. The Digital Ideas Lunch series is have scholars to share what they believe the most pressing issues are, how they identify problems, and what solutions they suggest as we move into a new era of information capitalism.
Master and PhD students are invited to get to know emerging research fields, to comment and to connect with wo…