Online Conference Date

Maret 24, 2022

Hari Jam Menit Detik


Building Bridges: The Multidimensional Role of Innovation, Technology, and Sustainability in Social Science, Health, Energy, and Natural Resource Management


The development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has led the world into a new era filled with remarkable progress and boundless innovation potential. Artificial intelligence has transcended the limitations of conventional technology and transformed the way we work, interact, and access information. As Artificial Intelligence (AI) continues to advance rapidly, legal challenges emerge that require deep reflection and adjustments to existing regulatory frameworks. These challenges are not merely technical but encompass dimensions that extend far into ethics, privacy, security, and social impact. Artificial intelligence aims to understand that AI technology not only creates tools and systems capable of performing tasks once done by humans but also enters realms that carry profound legal implications. With its ability to process and analyze massive amounts of data, legal questions arise concerning individual privacy, system security, legal accountability, and much more. With a profound understanding of these laws, it is hoped that we can build regulatory foundations capable of accommodating the development of artificial intelligence technology without sacrificing human values, ethics, and justice.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been utilized to facilitate mass surveillance and often gives rise to uncertainty within the judicial system, healthcare services, education, job markets, housing access, banking access, and various other aspects, potentially exacerbating discrimination against marginalized groups, particularly in efforts to achieve justice for all members of society. Moreover, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has also been shown to significantly undermine democracy, including by facilitating the spread of disinformation, creating fake and synthetic media to sow chaos and confusion, and erasing content documenting human rights violations. Although Artificial Intelligence (AI) also has the potential to benefit human rights, from facilitating advancements in healthcare services to tracking supply chain compliance, it often serves as a cause of human rights violations. These violations include the rights to freedom of expression, thought, assembly, association, and movement; the rights to privacy and data protection; the rights to health, education, employment, and a decent standard of living; as well as non-discrimination and equality.

Based on international law, governments, corporations, and even individuals are obligated to respect human rights. The international human rights regime provides an institutional ecosystem and organizations at domestic, regional, and international levels with a solid framework to promote respect for human rights and address human rights violations. In fact, human rights are often overlooked in discussions related to the development and utilization of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Efforts to uphold human rights should ideally be a central feature in any discussion concerning Artificial Intelligence (AI), ensuring that our inherent rights are protected in the digital era of the future. Given the aforementioned points, it is deemed necessary to organize an International Seminar with the theme: Legal And Human Rights Issues Of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Gaps And Challenges, And Affected Future Legal Development In Various Countries.







Legal And Human Rights Issues Of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Gaps And Challenges, And Affected Future Legal Development In Various Countries.



This International Seminar aims to achieve the following purpose:

  1. To explore the various negative and positive impacts that may arise from artificial intelligence (AI) concerning the fulfillment of the entire spectrum of Human Rights, as well as to analyze and evaluate the ongoing and necessary efforts by various legal bodies (regulations) to ensure justice and security in the development and implementation of artificial intelligence (AI). 
  2. To explore various legal and Human Rights issues in the utilization of artificial intelligence (AI), its gaps and challenges, and the influence of artificial intelligence (AI) on future legal developments from the legal perspective of various countries.

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Dr. H. Muhammad Syarifuddin, S.H., M.H. (Chief Justice Of Supreme Court Of The Republic Indonesia.)

Invited speakers

This seminar proudly invites:

  1. Prof. Dr. Mukti Fajar Nur Dewata, S.H., M.Hum (Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia);
  2. Prof. Henning Glaser (Director of the German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance);
  3. Prof. Melissa Crouch (New South Wales University, Australia);
  4. Prof. Dr. Rivan Ahmad Purwantono, S.H., M.H. (President Director PT Jasa Raharja (Persero), Of  The Republic Indonesia.)
  5. Prof. Shimada Yuzuru (Nagoya University, Japan);
  6. Prof. Gerrit Hendrik Addink (Utrecht University, Netherlands);
  7. Prof. Im Young Ho (Hankuk University, South Korea);
  8. Prof. Abdul Talib Bin Bon (UTHM University, Malaysia);
  9. Prof. Syech Dr. Ata Abdullati Alsonbati (Al-Azhar University, Mesir).


Important dates


Abstract Submission

Until 2nd May 2024



4th May 2024


Full Paper Submission and Transfer

6th May 2024


Conference and Presentations

16th May 2024




General Requirements

General Provisions

  1. Articles must be written in 2 (two) languages, namely Indonesian and English;
  2. Articles must be based on original work (not previously published or presented at other conferences), as evidenced by the Originality Statement.
  3. Abstract submissions must be received by the committee maximum May 2, 2024;
  4. Acceptance will be announced on May 4, 2024;
  5. Accepted abstract presenters must register (by transferring the conference fee) to be included in the program schedule;
  6. Full paper submissions and fee transfers must be completed by May 6, 2024.

 Writing Rules

Submitted papers will be considered for publication if they meet the following criteria:
  1. The manuscript should be 8-10 pages long using 12pt, Tahoma, regular font with 1 spacing on A4 size paper. For more clarity, refer to the "journal template";
  2. The structure of the manuscript writing results of the research includes:


  • The title should be an effective sentence with a maximum of 15 words (14pt Tahoma, bold) and must use appropriate capitalization in title case.

b.Author Identification

  • Author Name (12pt Tahoma, bold, and Author names are listed without titles);
  • Affiliation (12pt Tahoma, regular);
  • E-mail (12pt, Tahoma, italic, The provided email must be active as correspondence will be conducted via email).

c. Abstract and Keyword

The abstract should contain a brief introduction to the problem, the objectives of the paper, the research method, and a brief summary of the results. The abstract is typed with single spacing in English with a maximum of 200 words. It is written in Tahoma 12pt, bold, italic.

d. Introduction

The introduction should be clear and present the legal issues to be discussed in the paper. Before establishing the objectives, the author should provide adequate background and a very brief literature review to note existing solutions, to show which previous research is best, to demonstrate what you aim to achieve (to indicate limitations), and to demonstrate the scientific benefits or novelty of the paper. At the end, you should explain the urgency and clearly state the objectives of your study. You should also state the research problems in this section.

e. Research Method

This method is written descriptively and should provide statements regarding the research methodology, including the type of research, research approach, data sources, and analysis methods. The author should explain the mechanism for analyzing legal issues. This method should provide readers with an overview of the methods used, and it is optional, only for original research articles. (For Conceptual Ideas Without Research Method).

f. Discussion

The results should be clear and concise. The discussion should explore the importance of the work's results, not merely repeat them. Avoid quotations and extensive discussion of published literature. For more clarity, refer to the "template".

g. Conclusion

The main conclusions of this study can be presented in the Conclusion section. The conclusion should direct readers to the important points in the paper.

h. Recommendations

Authors should provide recommendations or suggestions related to the object of study and stimulate further research.

i. Footnates and References

Every citation must include a reference using footnotes. Footnotes do not contain any explanations or descriptions and include footnotes protected by copyright as regulated in Law No. 28 of 2014 concerning Copyright. Syntax references in footnotes:


  • Footnote

Author's name (not reversed and without title), year of publication, book title (in italics), place/city of publication: publisher, cited pages. Example: 1 Doni Iskandar 2009, Digital Meaning, CV Abadit, Sleman, Hal.10


  • Footnote

Author's Name (not reversed and without title), Article Title (in quotation marks and italicized), Journal Name, Volume (written as Vol.), Number (written as No.), Edition, Year of Publication, Pages Cited (written as p.) Example: 2 Suratman Hidayat Setia, Juridical Analysis of Criminal Investigation of Pornography Based on Law Number 44 of 2008 in the Era of Digitalization, Legal Renewal Journal, Volume I No. 2 May-August 2014, p.169.


  • Footnote

Author's name, Title of the manuscript (in quotation marks and not italicized), Magazine/Newspaper (italicized), Date of publication. Example: Hibnu Nugroho, “Verification of Teleconference Values”, Suara Merdeka, June 20, 2013.


  • Footnote

Author's name, Date of publication, Title of the reference library (written in quotation marks and italicized), Website address, Date of access to the reference library.


Nanda Perdana Putra, March 22, 2010, “BNN Exposes Smuggling of 10 Kg of Sabu Malaysian Network in Batam”, Available at website: kg-sabu-jaringan-malaysia-di-batam, Accessed December 13, 2010.


Author's name (reversed and without title), publication date, title of the reference library (written in quotation marks and italicized), website address, date of access to the reference library.


Putra, Nanda Perdana. March 22. 2010. “BNN Exposes Smuggling of 10 Kg of Sabu Malaysian Network in Batam”. Available at website: kg-sabu-jaringan-malaysia-di-batam. Accessed on December 13, 2010 .



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