In order to create a space for interdisciplinary discussions and exchanges on the governance issues raised by artificial intelligence, the Digital Law Center invites researchers who are interested in these issues to participate in the thirdsession of AI Tech & Policy Talks to be held online on Thursday, January 28, 2021, from 12:15 to 2:00 pm. Information on the first and second sessions is available below ("Past sessions").
During each session, one presentation will be made by a researcher on a theme related to IA governance, followed by a discussion. Presentations and discussions are held either in French or English.
The third session of the AI Tech & Policy Talks will feature a presentation by Professor Katarzyna Wac, Geneva School of Economics and Management, UNIGE, on "AI @ CARE: Laws and Ethics and Algorithmic Bias in Healthcare" followed by a discussion.
Admissions and registration
Conditions of participation : Participation in the AI Tech & Policy Talks is free of charge but registration is mandatory. The deadline for registration is Wednesday, January 27, 2021, at 12.00 pm.
Online registration: closed.
Contact & informations
digitallawcenterunige [point] ch
First session : October 29, 2020
The first session of the AI Tech & Policy Talks featured a presentation by Ana Andrijevic, teaching assistant and doctoral student at the Digital Law Center, on "Artificial Intelligence & Intellectual Property: Challenges and Perspectives". The Power Point presentation is available here.
The presentation was commented by Prof. Slava Voloshynovskiy, Faculty of Science, Computer Science and Centre Universitaire Informatique (CUI), University of Geneva, and Dr. Maria Assunta Cappelli, Centre Universitaire Informatique (CUI), University of Geneva.
Second session : December 3, 2020
The second session of the AI Tech & Policy Talks featured a presentation by Dr Matteo Tarantino, invited researcher at the Institute for Environmental Sciences, UNIGE, and Assistant Professor at the Catholic University of Milan on "Analysis of Facebook Conversations: Prospects and Challenges". The Power Point presentation is available here.
The presentation was commented by Dr Jérôme Duberry, Lecturer and Researcher at the Dusan Sidjanski Center of Excellence in European Studies, Global Studies Institute, UNIGE and Ms. Hélène Bruderer, Ph.D Candidate and teaching and research assistant at the Faculty of Law and researcher at the Digital Law Center, UNIGE.
The video of the event is available on YouTube