The Digital State Conference

THE DIGITAL STATE
Monday 22, Tuesday 23, Wednesday 24 and Thursday 25 March 2021
Online conference

[VERSION FRANÇAISE ICI]

Colloquium of the Centre for Comparative Public Law (CDPC) in partnership with the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV)


Monday, March 22

13h00 Ouverture:

Sébastien Soriano, Director-General of the Institut national de l’information géographique et forestière (IGN)

Sérgio Guerra, Dean of the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV) Law School, Rio de Janeiro

THE NEW DIGITAL DIMENSIONS OF THE STATE

Moderator: Luca Belli

13h30-15h00 | Public administration becomes “algorithmic”

Yves Poullet
Administration and artificial intelligence – from benefits to challenges!

Félix Tréguer
Automatisation of the State’s burocracies: how to avoid the algorithmic “iron cage”?

Giovanna De Minico and Maria Francesca De Tullio
Algorithm changes, administration and authoritative acting. Towards which objective?

15h00-16h30 | Code and law… and administrative act

Clément Mabi and Soizic Penicaud
What if the code doesn’t rule? Cultural change as lever for the transofrmation of the administration. The case of the  “Entrepreneurs d’Intéret général“.

Philippe Cossalter and Giorgio Mancosu
The impact of digital technology in the theory of the administrative act, between adaptations and ruptures. Regarding crossed views from Germany, France, Italy.

Émilie Marcovici
AP 2022 and Digital State: the digitisation, opportunity or risk for public action?

Tuesday, March 23

13h00-14h30 | THE DIGITAL DEMOCRATIC PLAYING FIELD

Moderator: Daniel Mockle

Lucille Tetley-Brown
Valuing Digital Data for public services delivery transformation: local government staff capability

Matteo Nebbiai
Are data watchdogs independent? A cross-country comparison among Data Protection Authorities in Europe

Laurent Leothier
The dematerialization of written questions from parliamentarians within ministerial general directives: a performance tool serving the control and evaluation of public policies by the French Parliament?

14h30-16h30 | Cybersecurity and Digital Identity

Stéphane Labarthe
Security of a Digital State, towards participatory detection

Jeanine Anmonka Tano-Bian
African cybersecurity

Julia Iunes
Digital identity that complies with United Nations principles: the case of Brazil

Smriti Parsheera
Digital Identity in India: An analysis of the Aadhaar project

Wednesday, March 24

DIGITAL STRATEGIES AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Moderator: Gilles J. Guglielmi

13h00-14h30 | Digital State: think strategically… or not at all!

Felipe Calderón Valencia
The “Going Digital in Colombia” report: OCDE recommendations and the Digital State in Colombia

Thi Hoa Nguyen and Hoang Thai Hy Nguyen
The Digital State of Vietnam

Carla Dietmair
A Taxonomy of Public Interest Data and emerging issues

14h30-16h00 | Artificial intelligence and human administration

Lucie Cluzel and Catherine Prébissy
Artificial Intelligence and tax administration: interconnection and reconciliation of  files and tax fraud)

Gaëlle Hardy
Artificial Intelligence and the individual administrative decision

Thomas Vogl
Algorithmic decision assistance in children’s social care: Questioning the consistency of tools across UK local authorities

Thursday, March 25

13h30-15h00 | DE-MATERIALIZATION OF LITIGATION

Moderator: Michel Séjean

Nathan Jourdaine
Judicial authority proof against the digital revolution

Camille Bordere
MARLs in administrative matters faced with the challenges of their digitization

Ciro Güecha Medina
The implementation of digital medias in administrative procedures in the Colombian legal system

15h00-16h30 | DIGITAL STATE AND PERSONAL DATA

Moderator: Luca Belli

Wei Wang
China’s New Personal Information Protection Law and its Impact

Anja Kovacs
Data sovereignty, of whom? Limits and suitability of sovereignty frameworks for data in India

Aaron Martin
Between Surveillance and Recognition: Rethinking Digital Identity Technologies in Aid

16h30-16:45

Clôture: Gilles Guglielmi