The collaboration between researchers and tech-developers aimed to jointly interrogate and explore how emerging technologies can enable making sense of human-nonhuman relations and the data-based or digital 'representations' of nonhumans or 'nature' that underpin such relations. How can the entangled human-nonhuman agency generated through the technologies be legally expressed, translated or 'represented'? What does this tell us about the legal concepts and tools used to make sense of human-nonhuman relations? Might emerging technologies enable nonhumans to 'participate' in the political and legal decisions affecting them, and if so, how? By creating an open process of collaborative knowledge production, the overall objective of the conference is to reflect on the possibilities and limitations that the 'representation' of nonhumans as part of more-than-human worlds open up and foreclose.