Yueh Hsuan Weng, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor at FRIS, Tohoku University, Visiting Scientist at RIKEN-AIP in Tokyo, and PI for the FY2022 FOREST (Fusion Oriented Research for disruptive Science and Technology) program.
Yueh-Hsuan Weng is an Assistant Professor at FRIS, Tohoku University, Visiting Scientist at RIKEN-AIP in Tokyo, and PI for the FY2022 FOREST (Fusion Oriented REsearch for disruptive Science and Technology) program funded by Japan Science and Technology Agency. He has been appointed as the Chair of the working group of the IEEE P7017 Recommended Practice for Design-Centered HRI and Governance (2022), Tohoku University Prominent Research Fellow (2021), Stanford Law School’s TTLF Fellow (2018-2021), Visiting Assistant Professor at The University of Hong Kong (2018). He received his Ph.D. in Law from Peking University and his M.S. in Computer Science from National Chiao Tung University. He is strongly interested in interdisciplinary studies, especially in issues concerning the interface between Artificial Intelligence and Law, including Robot Law, Social Robotics, and Legal Informatics. During his Ph.D. studies, he has founded ROBOLAW ASIA and CHINA-LII, which are China’s first initiatives in AI Law and Free Access to Law. Currently, he is also an Associate Editor of Delphi – Interdisciplinary Review of Emerging Technologies