Danièle Bourcier, Senior Researcher in C.N.R.S. was the lead (with Paul Bourgine, CREA, cole Polytechnique) of the National Research Project “Law and Complex systems” (2004-2007). She is at the head of the scientific department « Administration, Law and IT » at the Centre de recherche en sciences administratives (CERSA)-University of Paris II, lead of the national network on Law & Information systems since 2003, Docteur d’Etat in Law (1988) she teachs Theory of Law and Modelization in several universities.
Scientific interest: Artificial Intelligence and law, Legal knowledge Management, Law and Complexity, Copyright and Open access
Current research fields: public data and patrimonial Commons, neural networks applied to judge’s decision, legal ontologies and legal language, co-evolutionary dynamics of law, legistics, serendipity in law and public policies.
Chair of the conference in Legal Knowledge and artificial intelligence (JURIX 2003), Co-Chair of Jurix 2006. Lead or participants in several European projects (COMMUNIA, Trustnet-in-action, LEFIS-Socrates). Editor of many volumes including Technology and legal
Practice, Symposium Issue (Syracuse Law Review, 2002) and Legal knowledge and Information systems, Jurix Proceedings, (IOS Press 2003).
Intelligent multimedia, Managing creative works in a digital world (collectif), EPAP, Firenze, 2010
De la sérendipité dans les sciences les arts la technique et le droit (avec P. van Andel) L’Act Mem, Chambery 2009