Council of Europe and Artificial Intelligence
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Governing the Game Changer – Impacts of artificial intelligence development on Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law
Conference co-organised by the Finnish Presidency of the Council of Europe Committee of Ministers and the Council of Europe in Helsinki (Finland), 26-27 February 2019
Organised around the three main pillars that constitute the Council of Europe core values, human rights, democracy, and the rule of law, panel discussions addressed the challenges and opportunities of AI development for individuals, for societies, and for the viability of our legal and institutional frameworks, and explored options for ensuring that effective mechanisms of democratic oversight are in place.