The Norwegian Association for Computers and Law (NFJE) and the Norwegian Research Centre for Computers and Law (NRCCL) invites you to attend the Knut Selmer Memorial lecture on Monday November 23rd at 17.15 (CET)

In this lecture, Professor Karen Yeung, University of Birmingham, will give us some interesting insight into an on-going 4-year collaborative inter-disciplinary project on algorithmic systems. She will discuss more specifically  “The constitutional dangers of algorithmic decision-making systems in the criminal justice domain”.

Please see the attachment to learn more about Professor Yeung and the topic for her lecture.

The memorial lecture by will be held in the form of a webinar and does not require registration. Here is the link to the webinar:

There will also be a gathering at Kjerka, Domus Media Vest, 2nd floor at the University of Oslo, Karl Johans gate 47. 

At Kjerka you can come and watch the webinar on a big screen with other members and guests of NFJE. 

The screening will be followed with light refreshments and a chance to mingle. 

Attendance to the screening at Kjerka requires prior registration HERE


Due to covid-19 there is a limit of 20 people at Kjerka. For registration we follow the “first comes first gets” principle. We also reserve the right to cancel the event at Kjerka at any time if that proves necessary to ensure the safety of our members in connection to the covid-19 pandemic.

For more information about the event, please see the attached invitation, the invitation on Facebook or our website.

The board of NFJE by

Øystein Flagstad, Ragnhild Castberg, Tobias Mahler, Heidi Beate Bentzen, Frode Bergland Bjørnstad, June Marit Tangen, Guro Slettemark, Marit Vik, Stian Sørensen Schilvold, Steinar Skagemo, Julie Sivesind

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