Monday   March 11, 2024

7:30-9:00 pm:  Informal Reception – location to be announced

Tuesday   March 12, 2024

8:45-9:00:   Welcome

9:00-10:50: Session 1:  Algorithmic fairness & privacy

  • 9:00-9:25: Orthogonalizing Inputs, Talia Gillis (Columbia University)
  • 9:25-9:50: Integrating Differential Privacy and Contextual Integrity, Sebastian Benthall (NYU); Rachel Cummings (Columbia University)
  • 9:50-10:15:  Error-Tolerant E-Discovery Protocols, Jinshuo Dong, Jason D. Hartline, Liren Shan, Aravindan Vijayaraghavan (Northwestern University)
  • 10:15-10:40: Reimagining Decentralized AI, Tomer Shadmy, Katrina Ligett (Hebrew University)
  • 10:40-10:50: [Short Presentation]  Giving Voice to the Silenced: Secure Reporting of Sexual Misconduct NDAs, Peter K. Chan (Northwestern University); Alyson Carrel (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law); Mayank Varia (Boston University); Xiao Wang (Northwestern University)

10:50-11:20:  Break

11:20-12:15: Session 2: Moderation and speech

  • 11:20-11:45: Group Moderation under End-to-End Encryption, Sarah Scheffler (MIT); Jonathan Mayer (Princeton University)
  • 11:45-11:55: [Short Presentation] An Empirical Analysis on the Use and Reporting of National Security Letters,  Alex Bellon, Miro Haller, Andrey Labunets, Enze Liu, Stefan Savage (UC San Diego)
  • 11:55-12:05: [Short Presentation] Regulatory CI: Adaptively Regulating Privacy as Contextual Integrity, Sebastian Benthall (New York University); Ido Sivan-Sevilla (University of Maryland)
  • 12:05-12:15: [Short Presentation] Content Sensitivity: Towards a Computational Framework for the Content-Based Test of the First Amendment, Ayelet Gordon-Tapiero, Kobbi Nissim, Paul Ohm, Muthuramakrishnan Venkitasubramaniam (Georgetown University)

12:15-1:45:   Lunch

1:45-2:45:  Session 3: AI  & Copyright:

  • 1:45-2:10: Copyright and the Generative-AI Supply Chain, Katherine Lee, A. Feder Cooper, James Grimmelmann (Cornell University)
  • 2:10-2:35: Break It ‘Til You Make It: Limitations of Copyright Liability Under a Pre-training Paradigm of AI Development, Rui-Jie Yew (Brown); Dylan Hadfield-Menell (MIT)
  • 2:35-2:45: [Short Presentation] Not All Similarities Are Created Equal: Leveraging Data-Driven Biases to Inform GenAI Copyright Disputes, Adi Haviv, Uri Hacohen, Shahar Sarfaty, Bruria Friedman, Niva Elkin-Koren, Roi Livni, Amit H. Bermano (Tel Aviv University)

2:45-3:05:  Break

3:05-4:35: Invited talk: Alan E. Mislove (Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer for Privacy, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy)

4:40-5:30: Lightning-talk Session 1

5:30-6:00  Business meeting

7:00 –     Dinner with after-dinner discussion (on site) 

Wednesday  March 13

8:45-10:35:   Session 4: Regulation of algorithms

  • 8:45-9:10: Regulation of Algorithmic Collusion, Jason Hartline, Sheng Long, Chenhao Zhang (Northwestern University)
  • 9:10-9:35:  ‘Put the Car on the Stand’: SMT-based Oracles for Investigating Decisions, Samuel Judson, Matthew Elacqua (Yale University); Filip Cano (Graz University of Technology); Timos Antonopoulos (Yale University); Bettina Könighofer (Graz University of Technology); Scott J. Shapiro (Yale Law School and Yale University); Ruzica Piskac (Yale University)
  • 9:35:10:00: Rethinking Machine Learning Benchmarks in the Context of Professional Codes of Conduct, Peter Henderson (Stanford University); Jieru Hu (Independent); Mona Diab (CMU); Joelle Pineau (McGill University)
  • 10:00-10:25: Techno-legal Solutionism: Regulating Children’s Online Safety in the United States, María P. Angel (University of Washington School of Law); danah boyd (Microsoft Research & Georgetown)
  • 10:25:10:35:  [Short Presentation]  Towards Mitigating Diversity Bias in AI Recruitment and Selection via Value Sensitive Design, Alexandre Puttick (Bern University of Applied Sciences); Carlotta Rigotti (University of Leiden); Mascha Kurpicz-Briki (Bern University of Applied Sciences); Eduard Fosch-Villaronga (University of Leiden)

10:35-11:05:  Break

11:05-12:30: Lightning-talk session 2

12:30- 2:00: Lunch

2:00-3:30: Panel Discussion: Artificial Intelligence

  • Ellen Goodman (Distinguished Professor, Rutgers Law School; Senior Advisor for Algorithmic Justice, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Sept 2022 – Mar 2024; Florence Rogatz Visiting Professor, Yale Law School, Spring 2024)
  • Howard S. Hogan (Partner at Gibson, Dunn, and Crutcher)
  • Yacine Jernite (Team Leader for ML and Society at Hugging Face)
  • Katherine Lee (Senior Research Scientist at Google DeepMind; Co-founder of the GenLaw Center)

3:30-3:50:  Break

3:50-5:20: Session 5:  LLMs for law

  • 3:50-4:00: [Short Presentation] No More Trade-Offs: GPT and Fully Informative Privacy Policies, Przemysław Pałka (Jagiellonian University); Marco Lippi (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia); Francesca Lagioia, Giovanni Sartor (University of Bologna; European University Institute); Rūta Liepiņa (University of Bologna)
  • 4:00-4:10: [Short Presentation]  The impact of online dispute resolution on the judicial outcomes in India, Daniel Chen (Toulouse School of Economics); Viknesh Nagarathinam, Ritesh Das (None)
  • 4:10-4:20: [Short Presentation]  Compliance Effort: The Timing and content of Open Source Responses to Privacy Law Development, Aileen Nielsen (Harvard Law School); Karel Kubicek (ETH Zurich); Elias Datler (unaffiliated)
  • 4:20-4:45: A proxy for assessing the automatic encodability of regulation,  Clement Guitton (University of St.Gallen); Simon Mayer (University of St.Gallen, Institute of Computer Science); Aurelia Tamò-Larrieux (Maastricht University); Kimberly Garcia (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland); Nicoletta Fornara (Università della Svizzera italiana)
  • 4:45-4:55: [Short Presentation]  Guiding large language models to write legal treatises, Colin Doyle (Loyola Law School, Los Angeles)
  • 4:55-5:20: Translating Legalese: Enhancing Public Understanding of Court Opinions with Legal Summarizers, Aniket Kesari (Fordham University); Lena Song (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign); Elliott Ash, Dominik Stammbach (ETH Zurich); Suresh Naidu (Columbia University)

5:20-5:30: concluding remarks and adjourn