The latest Council of Europe policy orientations concerning Artificial Intelligence will be presented at the 2nd AI policy conference to be held online on September 14 and 15, 2021. Director Jan Kleijssen will address the topic of AI regulation in the light of CAHAI’s work on a legal framework for the development, design and application of artificial intelligence, based on Council of Europe’s standards on human rights, democracy and the rule of law on 14th September (15:00-17:00). He will be complemented on 15th September by Aleksandr Tiulkanov on digital developments (10:15-11:30) and by Peter Kimpian on the issue of data protection (14:00-15:15).
Organised by RegHorizon in collaboration with ETH Zurich's Center for Law & Economics, the 2nd AI Policy Conference continues the multistakeholder dialogue started last year with leading experts to explore the use of public policy and societal engagement to capture the benefits of artificial intelligence, minimize its risks and enhance its adoption.
The Conference offers a unique opportunity for a multi-stakeholder exchange among high-level policymakers, business leaders, civil society, and academia to discuss and co-create the future of AI policies as outlined in the event’s promo video.
Registrations are open free of charge at https://reghorizon.com/events/