Workshop Program

Venue: RMIT Building 80 (445 Swanston Street, Melbourne VIC 3000)
Level 4, Room 21

[CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Vol. 1897]

8.30 a.m.: Welcome and start of the day

Session 1: 9:00 am-10:00 am

Keynote speaker: Professor Patrick Keyzer (Head of La Trobe Law School)
Open Rights or Secret Risk Assessments? New Challenges for Public Law in an Age of Artificial Intelligence and the Law

Wolfgang Mayer, Markus Stumptner, Pompeu Casanovas and Louis de Koker
Towards a Linked Information Architecture for Integrated Law Enforcement

10.00 am-10.30 am: Coffee break

Session 2: 10:30am-12:30pm

Guilherme Krzisch, Felipe Meneguzzi and Nir Oren
Bounded-Monitor Placement in Normative Environments

Hao Yan, Allen Lavoie and Sanmay Das
The Perils of Classifying Political Orientation From Text

Gal Cohensius, Shie Mannor, Reshef Meir, Eli Meirom and Ariel Orda
Proxy Voting for Better Outcomes

Marta Poblet and Enric Plaza
Democracy Models and Civic Technologies: Tensions, Trilemmas, and Trade-offs

12.30-14.00: Lunch break

Session 3: 14:00-16:00

 Darcy Allen, Chris Berg, Aaron Lane and Jason Potts
The Economics of Crypto-democracy

Nichola Cooper and Liam Lander
Promoting Public Deliberation in Low Trust Environments: Australian Use Cases

Rachelle Bosua, Karin Clark, Megan Richardson and Jeb Webb
Intelligent Warning Systems: ‘Nudges’ as a Form of User control for Internet of Things Data Collection and Use

16.00-16.30: Coffee break

Session 4: 16:30-17:30

Sean Goltz
Linked Democracy 3.0 – Global Machine Translated Legislation and Compliance in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

 Sue Ann Yap
Equal Access to Online Legal Information through Democratisation of Technology: A Myth?

17:30: End of the day