Sentencing and Artificial Intelligence
Jesper Ryberg and Julian V. Roberts
Jesper Ryberg is Professor of Ethics and Philosophy of Law at Roskilde University and Head of Research Group for Criminal Justice Ethics. He is the author of, among others, Neurointerventions, Crime, and Punishment (OUP 2020), Sentencing Multiple Crimes (ed. with Roberts and de Keijser; OUP 2018) and Popular Punishment: On the Normative Significance of Public Opinion (ed. with J. V. Roberts; OUP 2014.)
Julian V. Roberts is Professor of Criminology in the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford and was a member of the Sentencing Council of England and Wales and an advisor to the American Law Institute Model Penal Code Sentencing project. His recent books include Paying for the Past (OUP 2019), Criminal Justice: A Very Short Introduction (OUP 2015), and Popular Punishment (OUP 2014).
Mirko Bagaric is Dean of Law at Swinburne University.
Shmulik Baron is an S. J. D. candidate at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.
Vincent Chiao is Associate Professor of Law at the University of Toronto.
Netanel Dagan is Lecturer of Law at the Institute of Criminology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Benjamin Davies is Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.
Thomas Douglas is Professor of Applied Philosophy at the University of Oxford.
Dan Hunter is Professor of Law and Executive Dean, Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology.
Richard Lippke is Professor of Criminal Justice at Indiana University.
Thomas S. Petersen is Professor of Ethics at Roskilde University.
Mojca Plesnicar is Research Associate at the Institute of Criminology Ljubljana and Assistant Professor of Criminology and Criminal Law at the University of Ljubljana.
Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen is Professor of Political Theory at University of Aarhus.
Julian V. Roberts is Professor of Criminology at the University of Oxford.
Jesper Ryberg is Professor of Ethics and Philosophy of Law at Roskilde University.
Mathis Schwarze is Reseacher at Freie Universität Berlin.
Frej K. Thomsen is Associate Professor of Political Theory at the University of Aarhus.
Sigrid G. C. van Wingerden is Associate Professor of Criminology at Leiden University.
John Zerilli is a Leverhulme Trust Fellow at the University of Oxford.