The “digital age” holds opportunities and risks for public law. This volume reproduces the contributions to the annual conference of the registered association “Young Science in Public Law” on the theme “Digitization and Law”. First of all, the concept of digitization is discussed in more detail. The problematic areas of public law of technological change are presented in an overview. Subsequently, the law that revolves around big data makes it clear that regulatory safeguards are necessary to adequately control digitization. The Online Participation Review analyses the importance of technological progress for the democratic system. This is followed by a contribution to the dangers of individual self-development through the private use of algorithms. It also examines the impact of digitalisation on administration and, in particular, administrative innovation in the context of the development of the Internet of Things. Finally, the volume contains a draft for a new elective course “Legal Technology” in Legal Education. Artificial intelligence refers to a research question aimed at the autonomous solution of problems by technical systems. A branch of computer science research focuses on this issue and has developed various solutions over time. Some AI applications are already being used in public administration in German-speaking countries. These technologies already have great potential for administrative reform.
However, what AI-based administration looks like is not determined by technology, but depends on its design in the coming years. Information technology and economics 39 Loyalty profile Dimensions of success and approaches models for efficient and effective customer relationship management Edited by Martin Lafleur 1st edition 15 XIV Table of contents IV. Internationalization I. 3rd Generation Smart Contract Models I. Open Source Models II. J compiler toolchain. Connecting SC-T to S-CT K. Why a DSL? L. Legal Language as Object Code M. Example: SCT2 versus SCT I. Several languages, several jurisdictions II. Hypothetical scenario Exploration III.
Formal verification IV. Multilingual Generation V. Controlled Natural Language Generation VI. Isomorphism with VII diagrams. Isomorphism with Blockchain Smart Contracts VIII. Automated execution of execution IX. Github for the law N. Smart Statutes O.
The Science Fiction of Computational Law Mapping Rules A. Rule Mapping Visualization I. Coping with complexity through visualization II. Mapping of rules III. Pathways in the mapping of rules IV. Implementation of Rule Mapping B. Mapping Rules in Court I. Use of a published rule map II. Ad hoc knowledge interface III. Communication of Law IV. Process and Knowledge Management C.
Rule Mapping and Code Machine Decision Making: The Use of Fuzzy Logic in Law A. On machine decision-making in law I. Potential for the application of fuzzy logic II. Classical areas of application of fuzzy logic B. Technical implementation of fixed-value logical conclusions C. Technical implementation of logical conclusions for dynamic values D. Legal limits to the use of fuzzy logic I. Violation of human dignity in the use of technical processes II.
The threat to judicial independence through the use of fuzzy logic E. Conclusion Will the Internet of Things lead to reform and innovation in public administration? What legal and non-legal guidelines may influence a technology or vision of technology such as the Internet of Things in the future? These two issues will be discussed below. The article focuses on the so-called Internet of Things, a vision of technology that is attributed great potential for change of state and society. This form of application of new technologies could fundamentally change governance and administration.