$35 – $350

Technology, public law and public administration

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Australian Centre on China in the World Lecture Theatre

Building 188, Fellows Lane The Australian National University

Canberra, ACT 2601

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Join leading experts for an in-depth exploration of the challenges of automation and AI in government, public law and public administration.

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The conference will bring together legal scholars, computer scientists, government legal advisers and public sector integrity experts to discuss the unique set of challenges automation and AI present to liberal democratic governments, administration and public law.

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  • Panel 1: Technology and the rule of law
  • Panel 2: Automating Discretionary Decision-Making: technical, legal and policy dimensions
  • Panel 3: Technology at scale in public life: social security and surveillance
  • Panel 4: Tech innovations in the public sector: promises and challenges

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Speakers

  • The Honourable Justice Nye Perram, Federal Court of Australia
  • Professor Lyria Bennett Moses, University of New South Wales
  • Dr Lachlan McCalman, Gradient Institute
  • Dr Will Bateman, Australian National University
  • Associate Professor Julia Powles, University of Western Australia
  • Professor Terry Carney AO, University of Sydney
  • Dr Nóra Ní Loideáin, University of London
  • Daniel Stewart, Australian National University
  • Kate Miller, Monash University

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Australian Centre on China in the World Lecture Theatre

Building 188, Fellows Lane The Australian National University

Canberra, ACT 2601

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