AI, Ethics and Law

AI, Ethics and Law



The purpose of this Working Group on AI, Ethics & Law is to tackle policy challenges related to AI and data from a multidisciplinary perspective. The working group will bring together researchers from law, computer science, data science, engineering, social science, management and other disciplines, to address AI implications to law and policy and the challenges posed by the emerging regulation of AI to the development of AI systems. The community will hold a series of monthly meetings, as well as workshops and joint research initiatives in order to promote multidisciplinary dialogue on policy issues pertaining to AI, and to develop a better understanding of the challenges that lie ahead.

In Year 2022-2023 the gatherings of TAD AI, Ethics and Law Community are being held in collaboration with the Shamgar Center of Digital Law


Past Community Gatherings


May 30, 2023

Exploring the Resistance to Data Technology: The Debate over Tracking in Auto Insurance

Prof. Omri Ben Shahar, University of Chicago Law School


May 8, 2023

Freedom of Expression and Digital Platforms The Next Generation


April 17, 2023

AI Regulation


December 19, 2022

The Equality Machine - Harnessing Digital Technology for a Brighter, More Inclusive Future

Prof. Orly Lobel, University of San Diego


November 14, 2022

NLP Systems: Opportunities and Risks


October 31, 2022

Draw me a Sheep: The Legal Implications of Text to Image Systems


May 12, 2022 (14:00-16:00)


March 15, 2022 (12:00-17:00)

Methodologies for Interdisciplinary Research in Computer Science & Law

International Research Workshop, co-organized by TAD & University of Hamburg 


December 16, 2021 - Big Data and Privacy (14:15-16:00, Checkpoint 002)

Dr. Dan Zeltzer (Economics) and Dr. Mahmood Sharif (Computer Science)


November 18, 2021 - Explainability in Algorithmic Decisions (14:15 - 16:00)


November 7, 2021 - Should The Law Be Personalized? (17:00 - 20:00)


October 21, 2021 - Discrimination & Fairness (14:15 - 16:00)

Prof. Yishay Mansour (Computer Science) and Dr. Tamar Kricheli-Katz (Law)




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