The Second Workshop on Automated Detection, Extraction and Analysis of Semantic Information in Legal Texts (ASAIL) will be held in conjunction...
We invite submission of original papers on the advanced management of legal information and knowledge systems, covering foundations, methods, tools, systems and applications. We welcome submissions on a wide variety of topics including, but not limited to, the following:
I – THEORY AND FOUNDATIONS
Contributions to the theory and interdisciplinary foundations for the use of Artificial Intelligence techniques in the legal and forensic domain. Papers should demonstrate (formal) validity, novelty and significance of the work.
Representation languages and formalisms for legal knowledge;
Models of legal knowledge, including concepts (legal ontologies), rules, cases, principles, values and procedures;
Models of legal interactions of autonomous agents and digital institutions, including normative systems, and norm-governed societies;
Methods and algorithms for performing legal inference, including argumentation.
II – TECHNOLOGY
Contributions to the technological advancement of Artificial Intelligence and Information Systems in the legal and forensic domain. Papers should demonstrate quality, novelty and significance of the work, and evaluate results.
III – APPLICATIONS
Implementations of AI & Law technology in real world systems. Papers should demonstrate added value, novelty and significance of the work, and if possible, validate the described system and evaluate (potential) impact.
The deadline for paper submission is Sunday, September 4, 2016. (Extended September 10th, 2016)
The conference proceedings will be published by IOS Press in their series Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications (FAIA). Papers are to be submitted through the Easychair Conference Management System in PDF format, should not exceed 10 pages and be formatted using the styles and guidelines in the IOS Press Instructions for Authors.
POSTER OR DEMO SUBMISSION
The deadline for poster and demo submission is Sunday, September 4, 2016. (Extended September 10th, 2016)
Authors can submit short descriptions of a system, preliminary results or an innovative idea as a poster or demo paper. These papers should not exceed 4 pages when formatted using the IOS Press Instructions for Authors, and are to be submitted through the Easychair Conference Management System under either the “Poster” or “Demo” submission category. Accepted papers will be offered the opportunity to present during a joint Poster & Demo session with the Doctoral Consortium papers (see below). Authors of demo papers should be willing to share (a screencast of) the demo privately with the reviewers, if so requested.
JURIX 2016 will feature a Doctoral Consortium. It will provide graduate students an opportunity to publish short papers, to present posters about their research and to receive feedback and encouragement from the community. A full call for papers for the JURIX 2016 DC will be distributed separately.
We welcome and encourage the submission of high quality, original papers, which are not simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere except to JURISIN 2016. Papers being submitted both to JURIX 2016 and JURISIN 2016 must note this on the title page, and a paper to be presented at JURIX 2016 must be withdrawn from JURISIN 2016 and vice versa according to the choice by the authors. Failure to follow this policy will result in the paper not being included in the proceedings of JURIX 2016.
Paper submission 4 September 2016 (Extended: 10 September 2016)
Demo & poster submission 4 September 2016 (Extended: 10 September 2016)
Workshop & tutorial proposal submission 11 September 2016
Notification of acceptance 12 October 2016
Camera ready deadline 17 October 2016
Workshops & tutorials 14 December 2016
Main conference 15 & 16 December 2016