29 to 31 March 2021

Human Rights and Artificial Intelligence Systems

Published 9 months ago

Objective

This practical training will help legal practitioners understand how Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems operate and how they can impact individual human rights. An update on the future rules at EU and Council of Europe level will be provided, together with relevant international and national case law.

The participants will be able to discuss the most pertinent issues at stake, such as discrimination in AI systems, Big Data and responsibility attribution raised by the use of AI technology. 

Key topics

  • AI technology explained
  • Transparency, predictability, accountability and oversight of AI systems
  • Equality considerations and discrimination in AI
  • Regulatory developments in the EU and Council of Europe
  • The implications for human rights of the use of AI systems to fight COVID-19
  • Recent ECtHR, CJEU and national case law
  • Big Data and AI

Who should attend?

Lawyers in private practice, judges, prosecutors, in-house counsel, legal staff of international organisations and NGOs working on human rights in practice.