Next Democratic Frontiers for Facial Recognition Technology, Florence (IT)
The Chair Legal and Regulatory Implications of Artificial Intelligence will be participating to the Conference ‘Next Democratic Frontiers for Facial Recognition Technology‘ that will be held in Florence on 29th September 2023. The event is co-organized by the STG’s Chair on Artificial Intelligence and Democracy with the Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche of the University of Florence and The Centre for Cyber Law & Policy (CCLP).
Professor Théodore Christakis, Director of the Chair, will be participating to the opening roundtable with Professor Els Kindt, Director of the Biometric Law Lab in KU Leuven, and Massimo Tistarelli, Director of the Computer Vision Laboratory, University of Sassari. The roundtable will be moderated by Andrea Simoncini, Professor of Constitutional Law in the Department of Juridical Sciences of the University of Florence and will focus on the systematic legal issues concerning the regulation and the protection of rights and freedoms in relation to the use of facial recognition technologies. Dr Theodoros Karathanasis, Research Fellow of the Chair, will be also be participating on the same day to a side workshop on the democratic challenges for facial recognition technology, which will be moderated by Natalia Menéndez González, PhD candidate at the Law Department of the European University Institute.
See also the Conference’s final programme.