Addressing the Liability Impact

of Automated Systems

The Network of Legal Research in ATM

The Network of Legal Research in ATM, also called the ALIAS Network, is a virtual community sharing digital materials and discussing online about liability and automation in complex socio-technical systems, in particular ATM. The Network was officially launched during the 1st ALIAS Conference, organised on June 14-15, 2012 and hosted by the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy (click here to see the video presentation).

Currently, the ALIAS Network represents the privileged place within SESAR for the debate on legal issues related to the paradigm shift required by automation. At present the community welcomes nearly 220 experts coming from several fields of study, such as technical, operational, research, legal and institutional domains. Such composition reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the Legal Research in ATM.

The community meets over a discussion forum available on a targeted platform (the Network Platform), designed on purpose and accessible by registered users. The Platform is fully operational  and users can participate in the discussion forum by posting new topics of interest and discussing themes initiated by other experts in the field.

Click here to enter the Network area (registration required).

06/04/2017 11:50:33

ALIAS project at the HUMANIST Summer School

The legal case developed within ALIAS will be presented at the next HUMANIST Summer School.

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