The KU Leuven Center for IT & IP Law (CiTiP) and Imec, the world-leading R&D and innovation hub in nanoelectronics and digital technologies, organize the "AI Law & Ethics Conference: Through the looking glass of AI platforms: Between global governance and techno-regulation?"
Recent advancements in data science have led to the development of cyber-physical spaces where humans and machines evolve together.
AI is increasingly being ‘delivered’ through an ever-growing number of consumer and industrial platforms (e.g. transport and healthcare platforms). The ‘platformisation’ of AI raises multilevel legal and ethical challenges regarding the platform itself, its customers, contributors and end-users.
This conference focuses on these challenges from the assumption that the emerging global AI platforms should be ‘interoperable’ not only at technical but even more so at legal and ethical level.
Confirmed speakers (updates in the coming days)
Carlos Alvarez-Pereira, Innaxis (ES)
Prof. Hendrik Blockeel, KU Leuven (BE)
Prof. Roger Brownsword, King’s College London (UK)
Prof. Christoph Busch, University of Osnabrück (DE)
Christian D'Cunha, EDPS (EU)
Wim Dewaele, The Beacon (BE)
Ivo Emanuilov, KU Leuven (BE)
Lorelien Hoet, Microsoft (BE)
dr. Christoph Lange-Bever, Fraunhofer (DE)
Prof. Björn Lundqvist , Stockholm University (SE)
Prof. Merel Noorman, TILT (NL)
Prof. Jo Pierson, VUB University Brussels (BE)
Nathalie Smuha, European Commission (EU)
Prof. Peggy Valcke, KU Leuven (BE)
Prof. Geert Van Calster, KU Leuven (BE)
dr. Sonja Zillner, Siemens (DE)
Detailed Preliminary Agenda (here)
Martin's Klooster Hotel
Registration is required (limited seats are available, please follow the link)
- digital single market legislation Artificial Intelligence online platforms Digital Platforms machine learning Ethics ethics of AI AI governance accountability
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