Four experts share their point of view about 'AI and legal issues'

We are on the verge of a full-fledged revolution in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). AI evolves rapidly and the opportunities for innovation in a myriad of multi-faceted applications are enormous. From a legal point of view however, the technology presents important and often quite specific challenges. During a seminar, four legal experts will look into the major legal issues in the field of AI.

Agoria and Sirris support enterprises with regard to their technological developments, in particular in the field of artificial intelligence (AI). After all, we are on the verge of a full-fledged revolution: AI evolves rapidly and the opportunities for innovation in a myriad of multi-faceted applications are enormous.

Online search engines, chatbots and personal assistants are already part of our everyday life and in the future the impact of AI will only expand because of autonomous systems such as self-driving cars and autonomous drones. The manufacturing industry considers the technology as one of the essential pillars of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR), and learning algorithms make more and more of the decisions in for example the banking and health sector.

From a legal point of view however, the technology presents important and often quite specific challenges.

During the seminar on 7 May, four legal experts will look into the major legal issues in the field of AI:

  • Legal machine learning: limits to the flexibility of the law
    Sari Depreeuw, Partner, DALDEWOLF - professor at USLB
  • Artificial intelligence and intellectual property: who will get the benefits?
    Mireille Buydens, Partner at Janson law firm, professor at the University of Brussels (ULB)
  • Artificial intelligence and legal liability : Who has to pay for the robot’s misconduct?
    Brahim Benichou and Maxime Colle, Of Counsels at NautaDutilh
  • Robot logic: how does an AI use your data, and is that a problem?
    Hans Graux, Partner at Timelex law firm

The seminar is intended for all companies that come into contact with AI, and will be held in English.

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