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March 27th, 2021 - Online Research Seminar Series: AI and Law - April 1st, 2021 - Lecture of Joris Hulstijn (Tilburg University)

2021. March 27. 13:46

Online Research Seminar Series: AI and Law


The next research seminar covers the following topic: Computational Accountability

Speaker: Joris Hulstijn, Tilburg University, Tilburg School of Economics and Management

Time: Thursday, 1 April 2021, 10:00 CET


Find more information about this event by clicking HERE 

Registration: https://forms.gle/DwJrvChPQxycmhpa9

March 19, 2021 - Online Research Seminar Series: AI and Law - March 25, 2021 - Lecture of Tamás Molnár

2021. March 24. 12:10

Online Research Seminar Series: AI and Law

The aim of the seminar series is to continue the discourse on the legal and regulatory implications of AI and related technologies in the European and the global legal, economic and social space. It brings together scholars and practitioners with a distinct multidisciplinary orientation covering the technology, its politics, policy-making and regulation, the law, and the relevant values. The series aims to foster a critical understanding of technological changes and a critical analysis of ongoing and future policy, regulatory and legal developments.

AI and Fundamental Rights: Public Perceptions, General Awareness and Selected Fundamental Rights Issues

Speaker: Tamás Molnár, Programme Officer, Research and Data Unit, European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (Vienna)

Time: Thursday, 25 March 2021, 10:00 CET (90 min.)

Find more information about this event here: https://file.tk.mta.hu/index.php/s/DmyCFPm2GrccoGq

Registration: https://forms.gle/8cfvDPb34yywCkHk7

The seminar will be broadcasted via Zoom application. Participation is subject to prior registration. The Zoom link of the event will be sent to registered participants via email.

January 12, 2021 - We held our online kickoff conference

2021. January 15. 11:43

We successfully held the online kickoff conference of the CSS Artificial Intelligence National Laboratory with more than 120 participants. In addition to the presentation of the subprojects taking place in the Centre, the audience was able to get acquainted with the projects running in the institutions participating in the MILAB consortia. The event was divided into three sessions, with a total of 10 presentations. Without being exhaustive, the audience was able to get answer many exciting questions, e.g. the possibilities of different professional applications of natural language processing, or how to model mass spatial motion from mobile communication date and identify groups with similar spatial behavior patterns based on them, or the challenges of the legal environment of artificial intelligence.