Papers discussed as part of the virtual edition of We Robot 2020

Beyond “In the Loop”: On The Role of Meaningful Human Control in High-Stakes Machine-Human Partnerships
Liam G. McCoy (University of Toronto), Jacquelyn Burkell, Dallas Card, Brent Davis, Judy Gichoya, Sophie Le Page, and David Madras
Discussant: Peter Asaro (The New School)

Bridging the liability gap using human-centered legal design: three scenarios to apply the liability from social contact
Silvia De Conca (University of Tilburg)
Discussant: Ann Bartow (University of New Hampshire)

A Law & Economics Approach Regulatory Accountability for Intelligent and Automated Systems: Coordinating Multiple Governance Mechanisms
Adam Hill (University of California, Berkeley)
Discussant: Ann Bartow (University of New Hampshire)

Missing the Unintended Forest despite the Deliberately Planted Trees: Reasonable Foreseeability and Legal Recognition of Platform Algorithm- Facilitated Emergent Systemic Harm to Marginalized Communities
Cynthia Khoo (University of Ottawa)
Discussant: Ann Bartow (University of New Hampshire)

Explaining the Punishment/Liability Gap of AI and Robots
Kyungsin Park (Korea University), Gabriel Lima, Meeyoung Cha, and Chihyung Jeon
Discussant: Ann Bartow (University of New Hampshire)

Legitimate Uses of Facial Recognition Technology in Surveillance: Risks to Personal Integrity and Regulatory Challenges Facing the EU
Ruyi Ding (Stockholm University)
Discussant: Woodrow Hartzog (Northeastern University)

Identity Manipulation: Responding to advances in artificial intelligence and robotics
Suzie Dunn (University of Ottawa)
Discussant: Woodrow Hartzog (Northeastern University)

Humans in the Loop: Building a Culture of Responsible AI
Jesslyn Dymond (TELUS), Pamela Snively, Elena Novas, and Ivey Chiu
Discussant: AJung Moon (McGill University)

Off-the-Shelf Sentiment Analysis: The Ethics of Subjectively Annotated Data and Objectively Measured AI Models
Emily McBain-Ashfield (University of Ottawa), and Jason Millar
Discussant: Osonde Osoba (Pardee RAND Graduate School)

The Ethics of Emotion in AI Systems
Luke Stark (Microsoft), and Jesse Hoey
Discussant: Osonde Osoba (Pardee RAND Graduate School)

Reconciling Legal and Technical Approaches to Algorithmic Bias
Alice Xiang (Partnership on AI)
Discussant: Jon Penney (York University)

Involving Seniors in Developing Privacy Best Practices: Towards Responsible Development of Social Technologies for Seniors
Andrea Slane (Ontario Tech University), Isabel Pedersen, and Patrick Hung
Discussant: Hallie Siegel (University of Toronto Robotics Institute)

People Packets and Fairness in the Age of Algorithmically Controlled Mobility Shaping
Jason Millar (University of Ottawa), Elizabeth Gray
Discussant: Bryant Walker-Smith (University of South Carolina)

Towards Integration of African Priorities into Artificial Intelligence (AI) Policy Agendas
Arthur Gwagwa (Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Technology (CIPIT), Strathmore University, Nairobi), Erika Kraemer-Mbula, Nagla Rizk, Isaac Rutenberg, and Jeremy de Beer
Discussant: Hugo Cyr (Université du Québec à Montréal)

Narratives of Artificial Intelligence in a Gendered and Racialized World: Emergence on the African Continent
Laura Foster (Indiana University), Bram Van Wiele, and Tobias Schönwetter
Discussant: Kanta Dihal (University of Cambridge)

Administrative Law and the Governance of Automated Decision-Making: A Critical Look at Canada’s Directive on Automated Decision-Making
Teresa Scassa (University of Ottawa)
Discussant: Jennifer Raso (University of Alberta)

Sextech, Fantasy and Law: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb(shell)
Lara Karaian (Carleton University)
Discussant: Kate Devlin (King's College London)