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