Brussels Privacy Symposium : Should Certain Uses of AI Be Banned?

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On November 16, 2021 the Director of the AI Regulation Chair Prof. Theodore Christakis will participate in the Brussels Privacy Symposium dedicated to the topic: “The Age of AI Regulation: Global Strategic Directions”. 

The 2021 Brussels Privacy Symposium is organised by the Brussels Privacy Hub of Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and the Future of Privacy Forum (FPF). It will occur as a virtual international meeting where policymakers, academic researchers, and civil society will discuss how the EU and other jurisdictions around the world envision fostering the deployment of, but also addressing the risks to fundamental rights posed by, artificial intelligence systems through regulation. 

Prof. Theodore Christakis will intervene in a panel entitled Should Certain Uses of AI Be Banned? and will discuss, among other things, a research project on the regulation of Facial Recognition Technologies currently undertaken by the AI Regulation Chair @MIAI.

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Date And Time

2021-11-16 04:00 PM to
2021-11-16 05:00 PM
 

Location

Online Event

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