Intelligent environments are without a doubt a great feat of technology, one of many that characterize the society of information and technology we now experience. Despite bringing recognizable advantages to the fulfillment of human needs by adapting the ecosystem around human intentionalities and activities, intelligent environments do bring about difficult challenges to the creation of normative frameworks that regulate their usage. Drafting and applying legal norms that are suitable to ever-evolving technologies means that, on one hand, not only legal practitioners, legislators and scholars must be prepared to closely monitor technological advances to adequately prepare and apply suitable legal norms, and, on the other hand, do so in a pace that is traditionally not common in law. This workshop is intended to create a forum of discussion between those who share a common interest in this area of intersection between technology (intelligent environments) and law.

Relevant research topics include, but are not limited to:

Data protection
Privacy
Smart Cities
AI
Robotics
IoT
Consumer Law
Criminal Law
Cybercrime
Tort Law
​Labor Law
Terrorism
Cybersecurity law

All papers accepted in the Workshop program will be published as a volume of the Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments Series of IOS Press and electronically available through ACM Digital Library (pending). Proceedings will be ISI indexed.

The working language of the Workshop is English.

Please note that the paper length must be of at least 6 pages but no more than 10 pages.

Papers should be formatted using the IOS Press style instructions found here.

Workshop Papers Deadline:  17th March 2018 – 23:59 AoE

Submission page:
Easychair