Nea Oljakka
LL.M.

Doctoral Candidate, Jurisprudence (Faculty of Law)

nemaol@utu.fi
+358 29 450 4420
+358 50 308 6354

Caloniankuja 3
Turku
Calonia
Office: 3111





Areas of expertise
AI and law, criminal law, criminal liability, criminology

Research

I am writing my PhD in the field of criminal law. I am interested in questions that arise when AI entities become more autonomous and more widespread, as well as in the impacts of AI to the society – what happens if an apparent crime comes to pass, but the gap between it and any human actor gets so deep that the philosophical grounds of liability cannot stand anymore? Can we still hold on theories about mens rea? Will we still try to find a human on which to put a charge? On what basis could we do that? And if we cannot, what should we do instead?

My interests are inclined towards the fundamental questions of free will, (moral) agency, legal personhood and justice, as I try to figure out possible solutions in cases where no human could have anticipated that a crime was going to happen, and yet it did.


Areas of interest:

Criminal liability
Artificial intelligence
Agency
Legal personhood
Philosophy of criminal law



Publications

Kansainvälistä suojelua koskevat päätökset Maahanmuuttovirastossa 2015–2017. Pilottitutkimus 18–34‐vuotiaita Irakin kansalaisia koskevista myönteisistä ja kielteisistä päätöksistä (2018)Elsa Saarikkomäki, Nea Oljakka, Johanna Vanto, Elina Pirjatanniemi, Juha Lavapuro, Anne Alvesalo-Kuusi
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D4 Published development or research report or study)


Last updated on 2019-20-03 at 01:18