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Sixth edition of the AI Breakfasts: Predictive Policing and Rule of Technology

Strasbourg 15/06/2020
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Sixth edition of the AI Breakfasts: Predictive Policing and Rule of Technology

The Council of Europe and the University of Strasbourg co-organised the 6th edition of the "AI Breakfasts" in the form of a webinar on 2 July 2020.

Three experts will discuss on the topic of predictive policing and rule of technology. Marine Kettani, policy officer at the Ministry of Justice (France), Christopher Markou, Leverhulme Fellow and Lecturer (United Kingdom), Antoinette Rouvroy, Senior Researcher at the University of Namur (Belgium), will analyse the current state of affairs in Europe and share their views on the consequences of the increasing use of algorithms in public policies.

Participants are invited to register on BlueJeans Events.

 The audience will be invited to share its views during the event on the dedicated SLI.DO platform, via the event code #COEAILAWB (mobile phone or computer), or with the QR code on the left.

 


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