Video material

Presentations

Ireland

  • AI and Ethics: Artificial Moral and Legal Personhood, Department of Philosophy, Maynooth University (15.11.2018), key note lecture (John-Stewart Gordon)

Lithuania

  • Automation of Law: Threat or Opportunity for the Courts of Lithuania?, International Scientific-Practical Conference on Judicial Professionalism and Ethics in the Age of Technologies and Globalization, Vytautas Magnus University (International Conference, 24.05.2018) (Paulius Astromskis)
  • Challenges of Judgecraft in the Era of Fourth Industrial Revolution, International Scientific-Practical Conference on Judicial Professionalism and Ethics in the Age of Technologies and Globalization, Vytautas Magnus University (International Conference, 24.05.2018) (Julija Kiršienė, Edita Gruodytė)
  • Justifying Research on Moral Rights for Intelligent Robots, International Workshop on Inclusion and Artificial Intelligence, Research Cluster for Applied Ethics, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas (22.06.2018) (Kęstutis Mosakas)
  • AI and Ethics – An Overview, Public Discussion I., EU-funded project on Future Law, Ethics, and Smart Technologies (2017-2021), Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas (21.09.2018) (John-Stewart Gordon)
  • AI in the Context of Regulation Smart Electronic Devices, Public Discussion I., EU-funded project on Future Law, Ethics, and Smart Technologies (2017-2021), Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas (21.09.2018) (Vladislav Fomin)
  • AI Present and Future – Smart Tools or Some Kind of Intelligence?, Public Discussion I., EU-funded project on Future Law, Ethics, and Smart Technologies (2017-2021), Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas (21.09.2018) (Darius Amilevičius)
  • Insights on the Regulation Issues, Public Discussion I., EU-funded project on Future Law, Ethics, and Smart Technologies (2017-2021), Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas (21.09.2018) (Paulius Astromskis)
  • AI Technologies: Algorithms and Data Threats for Ethics and Law, Workshop on Cybersecurity, Ministry of Education and Margarita Starkevičiūtė, Vilnius (25.10.2018) (Darius Amilevičius)
  • Ethical Challenges of AI: Machine Bias, Self-Driving Vehicles, Programming Ethics into a Machine, Public Discussion II., EU-funded project on Future Law, Ethics, and Smart Technologies (2017-2021), Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas (26.10.2018) (Kęstutis Mosakas)
  • Moral and Legal Rights for Intelligent Robots, Public Discussion II., EU-funded project on Future Law, Ethics, and Smart Technologies (2017-2021), Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas (26.10.2018) (John-Stewart Gordon)
  • Reducing Gender Bias in Data for Lithuanian, International Conference on Data Analysis Methods for Software Systems, Lithuanian Computer Society, Vilnius University Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies, Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, Druskininkai (29.11.2018 – 01.12.2018) (Darius Amilevičius, Vladislav Fomin)
  • Dirbtinis Intelektas Baudžiamosios Atsakomybės Kontekste: Poreikis Transformuoti Baudžiamosios Atsakomybės Paradigmą, Local Conference on Criminal Justice Challenges in the Changing Society, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius (16.05.2019) (Edita Gruodytė, Paulius Čerka)

Canada

  • Moral Rights for Intelligent Robots?, Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto (workshop 13.04.2018) (John-Stewart Gordon)

UK

  • Child Robots as Sex Toys – Ethical Decisions at the Edge of Morality, International Conference on Feminism & Technology, University of Cardiff (International Conference, 3-4.12.2018) (John-Stewart Gordon)

Sweden

  • AI Technology and Privacy Issues from the Perspective of Tortious Liability, International Conference on Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, University of Stockholm (International Conference, 15-16.06.2018 (Julija Kiršienė)
  • Justifying Research on Moral Rights for Intelligent Robots, International Conference on Smart Technologies and Fundamental Rights, University of Stockholm (International Conference, 15-16.06.2018) (Kęstutis Mosakas)

Austria

  • Regulation Model of Electronic Persons (poster presentation), International Conference Robophilosophy 2018 / TRANSOR 2018, University of Vienna (International Conference, 14-17.02.2018) (Paulius Astromskis)
  • Laying Ground for Responsible Standardisation for Robotic Law, 17th Annual STS Conference on Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies, Graz University of Technology (International Conference, 7-8.05.2018) (Vladislav Fomin)

Spain

  • The Future of Legal Education (poster presentation), International Conference “Towards Personalized Guidance and Support for Learning”, Open University of Catalonia (International Conference, 23-27.10.2018) (Aušrinė Pasvenskienė, co-authored with Paulius Astromskis)

Belarus

  • The Role of Criminal Law in the Age of Technologies: Problems and Perspectives, International Conference “Criminological Research and its Implementations in Conditions of Transformational Processes: National and International Perspectives”, Polotsk State University (International Conference, 12-13.10.2018) (Edita Gruodytė, Olegas Sibgkovas)

Estonia

  • Introducing Artificial Intelligence – Ethical and Legal Considerations, Tallinn Law School (10.05.2019) (John-Stewart Gordon)
  • AI and Legal Personhood, Tallinn Law School (14.05.2019) (John-Stewart Gordon)
  • Moral and Legal Rights for Robots?, Tallinn Law School (16.05.2019) (John-Stewart Gordon)

Round Table Discussions

  • The Future of AI: Benefits and Threats, Vytautas Magnus University Faculty of Informatics and Macaw International, Vilnius, Lithuania (Darius Amilevičius)
  • Smart Technologies – Introduction, Public Discussion I., EU-funded project on Future Law, Ethics, and Smart Technologies (2017-2021), Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas (21.09.2018) (John-Stewart Gordon, Vladislav Fomin, Paulius Astromskis, Darius Amilevičius)
  • AI and Ethics, Public Discussion II., EU-funded project on Future Law, Ethics, and Smart Technologies (2017-2021), Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas (26.10.2018) (John-Stewart Gordon, Kęstutis Mosakas)
  • The Battle of Intelligence in the Field of Law: Will Artificial Intelligence Overcome the Real One?, Part of the International Conference “Human Rights Issues in the Age of Globalization and Rapid Technological Innovations”, Vytautas Magnus University, Faculty of Law, Kaunas (12.06.2019) (Paulius Astromskis)

Trips

  • Spain, Open University of Catalonia, UNESCO Chair in Education and Technology for Social Change, ESADE University (Research Visit), 19-23.03.2018 (Paulius Astromskis, Aušrinė Pasvenskienė)
  • Spain, Open University of Catalonia, International workshop and conference “Towards Personalized Guidance and Support for Learning” by EDEN (European Distance and E-learning Network), 23-27.10.2018 (Aušrinė Pasvenskienė)
  • Ireland, Maynooth University, key note lecture “AI and Ethics: Artificial Moral and Legal Personhood”, 15.11.2018 (John-Stewart Gordon)
  • UK, Cardiff University, International Conference “Feminism & Technology“, 03-04.12.2018 (John-Stewart Gordon)
  • UK, Oxford University, Future of Humanity Institute (Research Visit), 01-17.03.2019 (John-Stewart Gordon)
  • Estonia, Tallinn Law School, presentations Introducing Artificial Intelligence – Ethical and Legal Considerations (10.05.2019); AI and Legal Personhood (14.05.2019); Moral and Legal Rights for Robots? (16.05.2019); (Research Visit) 03-31.05.2019 (John-Stewart Gordon)
  • Estonia, Tallinn Law School (Research Visit), 09-17.05.2019 (Kęstutis Mosakas)

The First Public Discussion of the Project: "Smart Technologies - Introduction" (21.09.2018)

        

International Conference: Robophilosophy 2018 / TRANSOR 2018 (14-17.02.2018)