We are living in an age of profound technological advancements, where artificial intelligence (AI) - the development of systems that simulate human intelligence - has increasing opportunities and the capacity to transform our public services, the economy, and areas such as medicine and education.
This event co-organised by the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law, re:constitution and RECONNECT will bring together leading experts from both academia and practice to discuss a series of important questions:
- What are the ethical boundaries to AI systems, which would shape the kind of society we want to live in?
- Are existing legal frameworks fit for purpose in the context of AI, and what are the legal boundaries to AI systems?
- What challenges and transformations are triggered by technological progress in relation to the Rule of Law and access to justice?
- How does scientific complexity and the increasing reliance on non-legal expertise and on private actors affect the nature of law-making and enforcement, including the task of judicial control and human rights protection?
- Murray Hunt, Director of the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law
- Dr. Julinda Beqiraj, Maurice Wohl Senior Research Fellow in European Law, Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law
- Dr. Dory Reiling, retired senior judge and IT expert , Amsterdam District Court
"Can AI support judicial quality and efficiency?"
- Merethe Eckhardt, Director of Development, Danish Court Administration
"The CEPEJ Ethical Charter on Artificial Intelligence"
- Prof. Mark Findlay, Director, Centre for AI and Data Governance, Singapore Management University
"Rule of Law, Legitimacy and Effective COVID-19 Control Technologies"
- Dr. Tatjana Evas, Directorate-General for Parliamentary Research Services (EPRS), Secretariat of the European Parliament
"The EU regime for AI: From ethics to civil liability"
Event convened by Dr Julinda Beqiraj, Maurice Wohl Senior Research Fellow in European Law, Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law.
- Tatjana Evas, Niombo Lomba, "European framework on ethical aspects of artificial intelligence, robotics and related technologies", September 2020
- Tatjana Evas, "Civil liability regime for artificial intelligence" September 2020
- A. D. (Dory) Reiling, "Courts and Artificial Intelligence", August 2020
- Mark Findlay, Nydia Remolina, "Regulating Personal Data Usage in COVID-19 Control Conditions", May 2020
- Mark Findlay, Jia Yuan Loke, Nydia Remolina, Benjamin Tham, "Ethics, AI, Mass Data and Pandemic Challenges: Responsible Data Use and Infrastructure Application for Surveillance and Pre-emptive Tracing Post-crisis", SMU Centre for AI & Data Governance Research Paper No. 2020/02, May 2020
- Ellis Paterson, Gemma McNeil-Walsh, "Catching up with the Debate: Artificial Intelligence & the Rule of Law", October 2019
Recording of the event
This event offers the equivalent of 1.5 CPD hours.
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