ALIAS[Analysing Legal Implications and Agent Information Systems -- concluded on 2003/07]
Properties associated to agents such as autonomy, pro-activity, reasoning, learning, collaboration, negotiation, and social and physical manifestation are properties developed by man. Notions such as anonymity and privacy acquire new meanings in the "digital world." New concepts such as pseudo-anonymity emerge. Until now, much research on deployment of information technology has been done as a separate discipline. Computer Science and AI develop the technical expertise and applications. Law then fits these applications into existing legal frameworks (taking US, European and Dutch traditions into account), proposing new frameworks if and when needed. In this project, members of the two disciplines AI and Law are collaboratively investigating the legal possibilities and limitations of agent technology, ultimately leading to recommendations for both disciplines.
- The project's own website
- 2003/08/15: Conclusions at the end of the ALIAS project. more >>
- 2003/07: Report IR-CS-004 ALIAS, Analysing Legal Implications and Agent Information Systems, which concludes this ALIAS project. .pdf (809kB)
- ALIAS discussion forum website
- The publications and presentations from the ALIAS project are listed on the project's website website