DATE: Thursday 23 January 2020
VENUE: Grande Halle
ORGANISED BY: Council of Europe
MODERATOR: Sophie Kwasny, Council of Europe (INT)
SPEAKERS: Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius, Radboud College (NL); Benoit Frénay, College of Namur (BE); Seda Gürses, KU Leuven (BE); Alessandro Mantelero, Politecnico di Torino (IT)
Whether or not we converse of AI, superior digital applied sciences, algorithmic decision-making or machine studying: do these extraordinary guarantees of higher well being, higher mobility, higher safety, higher employment and extra usually, of a greater life, impression on the enjoyment of our human rights and basic freedoms? What are the long run underlying results for our societies? Past than what the Council of Europe is doing for you on this discipline, come and study what the advantages and challenges are, what might be finished about them and the way. It’s essential for our future that we handle to advertise an surroundings through which technological innovation respects and enhances human rights. As a place to begin to the dialogue, the Committee of Conference 108 adopted Pointers on synthetic intelligence and knowledge safety final yr, however a lot extra must be finished. Inquiries to be thought-about by the panel embody:
– What are we talking about?
– What are the dangers and alternatives arising from the event, design and software of synthetic intelligence?
– How ought to we method regulation: from delicate legislation and moral rules to a binding authorized framework?
– The place will we go from right here?