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Κωδ. 19334
16 ώρες
22, 27, 29 Ιουνίου & 4 Ιουλίου 2022 (17:00 – 21:00)
Εισηγητές: Eleni Kosta, Hans Graux, Ruben Roex, Irene Kamara
Τετάρτη 22 Ιουνίου 2022

REGULATING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (EXECUTIVE COURSE)


An EU Law perspective
Εισηγητές: Eleni Kosta, Hans Graux, Ruben Roex, Irene Kamara

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Κόστος Συμμετοχής: 390,00 €

* Απαιτούμενα πεδία

Κωδ. 19334
16 ώρες
22, 27, 29 Ιουνίου & 4 Ιουλίου 2022 (17:00 – 21:00)
Εισηγητές: Eleni Kosta, Hans Graux, Ruben Roex, Irene Kamara

The intensive interactive course “Regulating Artificial Intelligence: an EU law perspective” provides a holistic view and in-depth analysis of current legal issues relating to Artificial Intelligence. The course introduces the AI Act Proposal and its interaction with other legal instruments such as the GDPR and delves into public and private law aspects of regulating Artificial Intelligence, covering topics such as public procurement, smart contracts, algorithmic impact assessment, and technical standards for AI.

 

The seminar will be conducted in the English language. Ιnteractive taught lectures.

▶ It uniquely covers a broad range of topics that offer a birds-eye view to participants on the regulation of artificial intelligence in the EU
▶ It is designed to encourage critical thinking by using blended learning methods with a mix of legal analysis and solution-oriented sessions
▶ The course helps participants acquire knowledge and specialist insights from top experts

Course Schedule

Day 1: 22 June 2022 (17:00 – 21:00)

Lecturer: Prof. dr. Eleni Kosta

    -Introduction

    -Definitional approaches to Artificial Intelligence

    -AI Regulation Proposal (I)

• Prohibited uses

• Governance and enforcement

    -Interaction with GDPR and legislative proposals on Internal market regulation

    -General Data Protection Regulation and Automated decision making

 

 Day 2: 27 June 2022 (17:00 – 21:00)

Lecturer: Dr. Irene Kamara

     -AI Regulation Proposal (II)

      • Conformity assessment

     -Technical standards for AI

     -EU Cybersecurity law & AI

 

Day 3: 29 June 2022 (17:00 – 21:00)

Lecturer: Hans Graux

    -Liability from defective AI systems

    -AI and Legal Personhood

    -Public procurement

 

Day 4: 4 July 2022 (17:00 – 21:00)

Lecturer: Ruben Roex

    -Smart contracts

    -Contractual terms for AI systems

    -Auditing an AI system

    -AI Impact assessment

The program is designed for:
▶ lawyers

▶ legal advisors

▶ executives & heads of legal departments of companies

▶ public agencies and organisations

who wish to acquire knowledge and skills in the area of Artificial Intelligence law.
The combined legal analysis and practical approach to all the subjects will help participants gain a deep understanding of all cross-cutting issues
in regulating Artificial Intelligence in the Union, both from private and public law perspective.

Eleni Kosta

Eleni Kosta is full Professor of Technology Law and Human Rights at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT, Tilburg University, the Netherlands). Eleni is conducting research on human rights with a focus on privacy and data protection, specialising in electronic communications and new technologies. She has been involved in numerous EU research projects. In 2014 Eleni was awarded a personal research grant for research on privacy and surveillance by the Dutch Research Organisation (VENI/NWO). She is member of the Advisory Board of the Dutch digital rights organisation, Bits of Freedom, and an observer to the Europol Financial Intelligence Public Private Partnership (EFIPPP). She is a member of editorial boards of academic journals (EDPL, IRLCT etc.) and conferences and workshops scientific and organising committees (CPDP, ISP etc.). Eleni also collaborates as associate with timelex (www.timelex.eu). www.elenikosta.eu

Hans Graux

Hans Graux is attorney at law and co-founder of the Brussels-based law firm timelex. Hans is also President of the Flemish Supervisory Committee. He specialises in matters that require a thorough knowledge of both technical aspects and legal issues. He supported the creation of the current legislation on electronic identification and trust services (including electronic signatures, electronic stamps and time stamps), and advises both governments and private companies on the correct application of the law, and on the necessary contractual framework. He supported multiple projects relating to the issuance and management of smart cards and PKI infrastructure, and around mobile identification. Hans also provides legal assistance in software development and data exploitation initiatives, including open-source software development and open data applications. He has extensive experience in the re-use of public sector information, and is familiar with all common open source licenses. In addition, he has carried out projects on setting up data warehouses, data lakes, and big data analytics, as well as on AI services based on such data sources. With regard to data protection and privacy protection, Hans supports companies in all their compliance activities, including audits, data transfers/data sharing, impact assessments, settlement of data breaches, and assists companies in specialized sectors, including health tech, fintech, data analytics, and the public sector. Hans has been a member of the Dutch speaking Bar Association of Brussels since 2005. https://www.timelex.eu/en/team/hans-graux

Irene Kamara

Irene Kamara works as Assistant Professor Cybersecurity Governance at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society in the Netherlands. Irene has practiced law from 2009 until 2013 in law firms and the public sector in Greece and is admitted to the Athens Bar Association before the Court of Appeal. She has also worked as legal researcher at the Research Group on Law, Science, Technology, and Society at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel in Belgium and doctoral researcher at Tilburg Law School. Irene obtained a joint PhD in law from Tilburg University and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. In 2021, the European Standardisation Organisations honoured Irene for her contribution to standardisation with the Standards+Innovation award in the category Individual Researcher. Irene is a selected expert assisting the European Cybersecurity Agency ENISA in the implementation of its Work Program on policy and compliance aspects of data protection and cybersecurity. https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/staff/i-kamara

Ruben Roex

Ruben Roex is attorney-at-law and partner at the Brussels-based law firm timelex. He performs privacy and data protection (GDPR) compliance audits for SMEs, multinationals and public sector organizations and assists clients with implementing data protection requirements in day-to-day activities, processes and systems. He advises clients regularly on complex issues regarding data protection law, often at the crossroads of other domains such as eHealth and Human Resources. He drafts information notices for virtually any target audience and is very well acquainted with data processing, data exchange and data sharing agreements. Ruben is well versed in data transfer matters. He also assists clients with the data protection aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Ruben assists clients with setting up data breach management procedures, notification procedures and processes and contingency strategies. Ruben regularly advises on different aspects of IT and e-business, such as contracting, trust services (e.g. electronic signatures, electronic archiving, authentication, etc.), trade secrets and consumer protection. He also has a particularly strong focus on the legal aspects of e-payments, FinTech and other innovations in the payments sphere. Ruben’s expertise also covers the legal aspects of specific technologies such as drones, surveillance cameras, Internet of Things (IoT) and many others. Ruben has been a member of the Dutch-Speaking Bar Association at the Brussels Bar since 2014. https://www.timelex.eu/en/team/ruben-roex
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