Conference on legal and ethical aspects of artificial intelligence at the KU Leuven
AI Law and Ethics Conference was held at the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium). The main theme was “Through the Looking Glass of AI Platforms: between global governance and techno-regulation?”
Junior research fellow of the International laboratory for IT and IP law Mikhail Zhuravlev took participance at the conference. The key topic of the conference was the problem of reimagining the role of law in the world of widespread digital platforms based on artificial intelligence. When technologies are integrated into the structure of social relations the regulatory environment needs to be transformed taking into account the specifics of technology management. The convergence of private and public interests in the use of digital platforms raises the issues of imposing public responsibilities on platform operators, as well as the issue of recognition of artificial intelligence as a public good. These and other legal issues are considered in conjunction with the ethical aspects of AI development.
Read more about the conference here: https://www.law.kuleuven.be/citip/en/news/item/citip-conference-through-the-looking-glass-of-ai-platforms-between-global-governance-and-techno-regulation-28-02-2019-leuven