Brussels School of Competition’s New Study Programme on Cognitive Technologies & Artificial Intelligence
Federation of Enterprises in Belgium
Rue Ravenstein, 4
9 am to 12 pm
Big data is critical for the operation of AI and expert systems. However, data is not free of regulation. In the EU, the General Data Protection Regulation is entering into force next year, and it is set to entirely revamp the way private and public organizations process data. At the same time, data posted on Internet platforms bring about complex tradeoffs between free speech and privacy. Finally, in the legal tech field, the training data subject to legal analytics tools generate complex challenges in terms of representativeness, neutrality and anonymity.
The conference will include a session on the regulation of big data, and Brussels of counsel Laurent De Muyter will be among the speakers.
Other speakers include Christian D'Cunha (Head of Private Office of Giovanni Buttarelli, European Data Protection Supervisor) and Inge Graef (Assistant Professor, Tilburg University).
For more information visit the event website.