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cfp. Automated Justice, 20th April 2018, Zürich

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Dear Surveillance Studies Scholars,

We are organising a conference on algorithms, big data and criminal justice in Zürich on the 20th April 2018. More details below.

Apologies for cross-posting.

Best wishes,

Ales Zavrsnik



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Title: Automated Justice: Algorithms, Big Data and Criminal Justice Systems

When? April 20th, 2018

Where? Collegium Helveticum, Zürich 

Abstract due by 1st March, 2018 (speakers).


Keynote speakers

- Jeff Larson, ProPublica, New York, USA

- Prof. Dr. Mark Andrejevic, Pomona College, Claremont, USA


We invite paper proposals from scholars across the social sciences and humanities studying criminal justice, policing, automation, big data, algorithms and artificial intelligence. 


The leading questions of the conference are:

-	How criminal justice is changing due to large databases and algorithmic data mining and predicting powers these carry?
-	Will computers decide who to prosecute and who should be sent to jail?
-	Which programmes and systems of algorithmic predictions are already in place in the criminal justice systems around the globe?
-	Why this can be dangerous in terms of fundamental human rights and fundamental principles of democratic societies?
-	How can we propose solutions that may use the benefits of computerised calculations while not jeopardizing the fundamental values of liberal and rights-based criminal procedure?



Themes of interest include (tentative list):
-	criminal justice and automation
-	predicting recidivism
-	risk assessment instruments
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- algorithms, big data and crime control
-	predictive policing
-	algorithms, big data and discrimination / social sorting



Programme Committee

Prof. Dr. Dean Wilson, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK 

Prof. Dr. Mark Andrejevic, Pomona College, USA

Dr. Uwe Ewald, International Justice Analysis Forum, D

Michael Veale, University College London, UK

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aleš Završnik, Collegium Helveticum, CH 



Please send proposals for papers (300 words) with your name, address and affiliation by March 1, 2018 to: 
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Registration closes on 31 March 2018 (for attendees only). Register by sending e-mail at:
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The event is free of charge.
 

More about the conference at:

https://collegium.ethz.ch/en/veranstaltungen/?event=3829&cat=upcoming





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Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aleš Završnik



 

EURIAS Fellow 2017/18

Collegium Helveticum

ETH-Zentrum/STW

Schmelzbergstr. 25, office D 13

CH-8092 Zuerich, SWITZERLAND

P: +41 44 6327535

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W: https://collegium.ethz.ch

 

Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law, Ljubljana

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SI-1000 Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

P: +386 1 4203 251

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F: +386 1 4203 245

W: www.inst-krim

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