Topic outline

  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Human Rights

    Live stream

    Live stream, 12 March 2020 – 13 March 2020
    Language: English
    Event number: 420SD77


    The live-streamed conference will provide a space for legal debate on the current impacts of artificial intelligence (AI) on individual human rights, regulation and the application in practice of legal principles related to AI in line with the European Convention of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.

    Key topics

    • European Commission Ethics guidelines for trustworthy AI
    • Council of Europe Guidelines on artificial intelligence and data protection
    • ECtHR case-law on accountability of internet intermediaries Responsibility issues
    • Transparency of automated systems
    • Possible impact of AI on selected human rights: freedom of expression, right to a remedy, freedom of assembly and association, right to life etc.

    Who should attend?

    Lawyers in private practice, judges, prosecutors, in house counsels, legal staff of international organisations and NGOs

    Taking part in the discussion

    You can address questions to the speakers in the chat box that will appear on your screen during the live stream. The Chair will read your question to the respective speaker who will answer your question verbally.