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Forschungsstelle RobotRecht

News of the Robotics Law Research Centre

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On 17 June 2021, a Russian-Bavarian Online Workshop on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Law was held, jointly organised by the Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg (JMU), BAYHOST, the German House of Science and Innovation (DWIH) Moscow and the Representative Office of the Free State of Bavaria in the Russian Federation.

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Artificial intelligence (AI) and data science are key methodologies of our century. For the first time, AI not only digitally stores, transmits and processes data, but also understands and links its content so that decisions can be made knowledge-based and partially or fully automated.

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TargetJura

03/16/2021

Having a discussion with an artificial intelligence (AI) about ethical issues: is that possible? In our legal-informative cooperation project TargetJura, we are addressing this question and would like to enter into dialogue with an AI.

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The PAcT project (Proving Accountability in Traffic), which is being conducted jointly with Prof. Matthias Althoff, Chair of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Real-Time Systems, and Prof. Tobias Nipkow, Chair of Logic and Verification in Computer Science, from the TU Munich, has been working on the question of the formalizability and programmability of legal rules since mid-2018.

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In autumn 2020 the Forschungsstelle RobotRecht (Robotics Law Research Centre) turned 10 years old. With around a dozen employees, it works on numerous national and international projects at the interface between digitization, automation, AI and law.

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In August 2020, a practical handbook entitled AI & Recht kompakt was published by Springer Verlag. Herr Haagen and Frau Lohmann, a (former) research associate and a current research associate at the Chair of Criminal Law, Criminal Justice, Legal Theory, Information and Computer Science Law, as well as at the Forschungsstelle RobotRecht, contributed a chapter providing insight into legal issues related to "artificial intelligence and criminal law".

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In the context of the PAcT project, which is accompanied by the Research Unit "Cyber Physical Systems" of the TUM and the Research Unit Robot Law of the JMU, a meeting took place on August 10, 2020 at the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI).

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The Forschungsstelle RobotRecht participated as a member of the consortium in the ODiL project, which was funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

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