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- 23 May 2019: At University of Oxford to give a talk on "The Psychology of Meaningful Human Control" at the "Trusted Autonomous Systems" conference. Thanks Profs Jai Galliot and Rain Liivoja for inviting me!

- 17 May 2019: At Tilburg University for TILT 2019, giving a talk on "Control over AI as a Governance Problem". Thanks Profs Ugo Pagallo and Massimo Durante for inviting me to their panel.

- 2 May 2019: In Zurich for our two-day international conference on Autonomous Security Systems.

- 11 April 2019: In Cambridge for our workshop on the ICJ's Chagos Advisory Opinion.  

- 4 April 2019: The program of our workshop at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge, 11-12 April 2019 on the ICJ's Opinion in Chagos is now available. Drop me an e-mail if you want to attend.

- 28 March 2019: The program of our conference on Autonomous Security Systems, 2-3 May 2019, is now available – keynotes by Philip Alston, Joanna Bryson, Mary Manjikian, Patrick Lin, Robert Sparrow and Shannon Vallor! E-mail me, if you want to attend.

- 20 March 2019: At the German Society of International Law bi-annual meeting in Vienna.

- 19 March 2019: My paper "Artificial Intelligence and International law" is ranked 725th on SSRN by total downloads over the last 12 months, measured against 700'000+ papers available on SSRN.

- 18 March 2019: Talk given in St. Gallen on the Institutional Framework Agreement between Switzerland and the EU.

- 6 March 2019: Talk given at University of Cambridge, CELS, on "Beyond Meaningless Human Control: The Contribution of EU Law to a Deep Notion of Control over Artificial Intelligence". Thanks Profs Kenneth Armstrong and John Bell for the invitation!

- 4 March 2019: Talk given at Freie Universität Berlin on "The ICJ's Advisory Opinion in Chagos: A Zeitenwende?", thanks Profs Heike Krieger and Georg Nolte for inviting me! 

- 28 February 2019: Talk given on "International Arbitration and Super-dynamic Change in Municipal Law" at a workshop at University of Amsterdam. Thanks Prof. Stephan Schill and Dr. Michail Risvas for the invitation!


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