Fwd: Invitation SEEDIG 7 Series Townhall Regulating AI: Which approach to follow?” - 23 September 2021

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Eileen Cejas

Sep 20, 2021, 11:14:32 AMSep 20
Hi all,

I am sharing an invitation from Olga Kyryliuk to attend SEEDIG 7 Series Townhall Regulating AI: Which approach to follow?” - 23 September 2021

"Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the SEEDIG Programme Committee, I’m delighted to invite you to the third event within the SEEDIG 7 Series framework - "Regulating AI: Which approach to follow? that will take place on 23 September 2021 from 10:00 to 12:00 CEST via Zoom

Keynote speaker:

Gregor Strojin, Chair of the Council of Europe Ad Hoc Committee on Artificial Intelligence (CAHAI)

Guest speakers:

Prateek Sibal, Programme Specialist, Digital Innovation and Transformation, Communication and Information Sector, UNESCO 

Laura Galindo-Romero, AI Policy Analyst, OECD Artificial Intelligence Policy Observatory

Cezara Panait, Head of Digital Policy, Europuls – Centre of European Expertise

Event moderators:

Kristian Bartholin, Secretary to the Council of Europe Ad Hoc Committee on Artificial Intelligence (CAHAI)

Irina Buzu, AI & Fairness Co-lead, Institute for Internet & the Just Society

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Artificial intelligence isn’t only about the future. It is already making breakthrough advances in the present moment. While communities are ready to embrace AI’s potential, complex questions are tackled by society. The international community has already started its path towards defining a comprehensive regulatory framework for AI, dealing with essential aspects such as the definition of high-risk applications, regulatory obligations for providers and many others. During the SEEDIG 7 Series event #3, we will reflect on a global tipping point towards the regulation of artificial intelligence and its potential influence in the SEE region. We will discuss the need or lack of need for regulating AI, regulations seeking accountability for unfair or biased algorithms, and potential risks associated with the recent policy developments.

Join our Zoom Town Hall if you want to get the most recent insights on: 
  • Who among international and regional actors suggests what on AI regulation? 
  • Are those approaches complementary or conflicting? 
  • How should we regulate AI to both sustain innovation and protect human rights?  
For more information visit a dedicated webpage.
Make sure to register at: https://form.typeform.com/to/ZPHMr1x7

We invite you to follow SEEDIG social media accounts on Facebook and LinkedIn for the most recent updates.
You can also mark your interest by joining a dedicated Facebook event

Olga Kyryliuk, PhD
SEEDIG Executive Committee"

Best regards,
Eileen Cejas
YCIG Steering Committee, GRULAC Representative
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