This presentation explains the (difficult) interplay of the Artificial Intelligence Act, the Artificial Intelligence Liability Directive and the Product Liability Directive and includes several practical examples. The presentation is up to date as of March 2023.
e-Presentation | March 2023 | Learning time: 32 minutes
e-Presentation by Christiane Wendehorst, Professor at the University of Vienna and Scientific Director of the European Law Institute (ELI).
Raphaële Xenidis discusses the following issues: 1) How do machines discriminate? 2) What is discrimination? 3) What are the legal remedies? 4) How does EU anti-discrimination law fit with the EU AIA & AILD?
e-Presentation | March 2023 | Learning time: 30 minutes
e-Presentation by Raphaële Xenidis, Assistant Professor in European Law at Sciences Po Law School, Paris.
This presentation discusses platforms’ obligation under the Digital Services Act, including traceability of traders, the extent of liability exemption, and the revision of the Product Liability Directive and other pieces of legislation in this context. The presentation is up to date as of March 2023.
e-Presentation | March 2023 | Learning time: 22 minutes
e-Presentation by Teresa Rodríguez de las Heras Ballell, Professor of Commercial Law at Carlos III at the University of Madrid.
This presentation explains recourse claims according to the proposal for a Product Liability Directive (PLD), and the difficulties when the PLD refers to national law. Professor Martin-Casals concentrates on the liability of economic operators based on causing the “same damage”, difficulties when a third party is also liable and the rules for the apportionment of liability between solidary tortfeasors.
e-Presentation | March 2023 | Learning time: 22 minutes
e-Presentation by Miquel Martin-Casals, Professor of Civil Law at the University of Girona.
Robin Allen presents key factors of discrimination by Artificial Intelligence systems across multiple sectors. He explains different approaches to regulate AI systems and new technologies, varying from ethical principles to specific regulatory legislation, and focuses on key elements of the EU’s proposed Artificial Intelligence Act.
e-Presentation | April 2022 | Learning time: 45 minutes
e-Presentation by Robin Allen QC, Cloisters, London .
This presentation provides a general overview of the potential usage of AI systems within the criminal law framework. It evaluates why the use of AI systems in criminal sentencing is considered to be controversial and discusses the potential implementation
of some existing tools, powered by AI, which can be used in criminal sentencing. The presentation is based on the European legal framework, but it also includes examples from a variety of regions.
e-Presentation | June 2021 | Learning time: 30 minutes
Katarzyna Szczudlik, Lawyer, Partner at SSW Pragmatic Solutions, Warsaw.
In his presentation, Adrien Basdevant discusses the articulation between data protection and other regulations aimed at protecting broader social issues. In doing so, he gives practical tips to legal professionals in their dealings with Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems, the use of algorithms and the distinction between personal and non-personal data.
e-Presentation | March 2021 | Learning time: 33 minutes
e-Presentation by Adrien Basdevant, Lawyer in Private Practice.
In this e-presentation, you will learn about how the use of big data in AI applications is impacted by European data protection law, especially the GDPR. Particular attention is given to the right not to be subject to an automated decision as well as the application of the data protection notions of fairness and transparency when addressing issues of discrimination and explaining the ‘black box’. At the end of the e-presentation, you will be able to understand how data protection compliance impacts all aspects of an AI deployment.
e-Presentation | November 2020 | Learning time: 48 minutes
The e-presentation gives an overview of the nature of data and legal types of data before focusing on the partial adoption of an EU legal framework on data-sharing. It ends with an overview of the vision of the European Commission to foster data-sharing
through the adoption of new binding and non-binding instruments, particularly in the business-to-business context.
e-Presentation | October 2020 | Learning time: 41 minutes
This e-presentation explains the technical background and current debate on the liability implications of AI (artificial intelligence). It give an overview of the different liability regimes existing in the EU and reflects on the possible adaptation of this framework to AI.
e-Presentation | October 2020 | Learning time: 31 minutes
After setting the scene on the development of the competition law aspects of data use and data concentration in the online environment, this e-presentation explains how the theory of harm has been applied in concrete cases such as Microsoft/LinkedIn, or Facebook/WhatsApp. It ends with an overview of the EU Regulation on the Platform to Business Regulation adopted on 20 June 2019.
e-Presentation | October 2020 | Learning time: 43 minutes
Nathalie Smuha presents the challenges faced by lawmakers in searching for a morally objective/universal definition of “AI for Good” based on fundamental rights. She gives an overview of the EU Strategy on Artificial Intelligence, adopted in April 2018,
the work of the Independent High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLEG), in particular its Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI and its policy recommendations, as well as the European Commission White Paper on Artificial Intelligence.
e-Presentation | March 2020 | Learning time: 36 minutes
The aim of this e-presentation is to present the current use of artificial intelligence in the technological sector and its future legal challenges.
e-Presentation | October 2018 | Learning time: 40 minutes