Looking forward to the keynote of ECPC Board Member and Visiting Fellow Christopher Docksey. https://t.co/xOmrbqQmAg
The Maastricht Law and Tech Lab (‘The Lab’) aims to offer innovative education, to produce cutting-edge research, and to build a creative community of researchers, teachers, students and practitioners at the intersections of law, technology, data science and knowledge engineering.
Our digital society begs new questions about how innovative technologies interact with law and justice. Disruptive technology is changing the way in which lawyers work and legal services are offered. The digital transformation of our society through data science has also brought about many different ethical, legal and social issues on privacy, cybersecurity and intellectual property. The Lab fosters research, education and events on these matters.
Innovation in research and education
Research at the Lab focuses on:
Modelling legal complexity
Regulation of disruptive technology
Legal issues of the data economy
Here are all the different educational activities related to Law and Tech that you can get more information about. The Lab hosts several collaborative open research education initiatives.
BNR Nieuwsradio’s show 'Wetenschap Vandaag' (‘Science Today’) spoke with Dr. Cameron Browne. (Report in Dutch)
Cedric Oeldorf’s MSc thesis resulted in LoGAN v2: an AI that creates high-quality logos. Tech website Venturebeat discussed the preprint. (Article in English.)
Global climate change is an issue that Arthur Bribosia (UCM) and Marion Meyers (DKE) feel very strongly about. Strong enough to take action. Last May, they got 3000 people out on the street to join the first climate march in Maastricht. For the next march, scheduled for 20 September, they’re hoping for 5000 participants.