10 — 11 September 2020 in Prague, Czech Republic
A unique conference that builds a bridge between public and private spheres as well as a community for sharing inspiring & innovative ideas.
Given the current situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, attending the conference for audience will be POSSIBLE ONLY ONLINE.
Highlights of the Program
AI Observatory & Forum
Dr. Alžběta Krausová, the conference chair will introduce several ongoing initiatives in AI regulation including the Czech Republic's AI Observatory and Forum.
Human values as guiding principles for responsible AI
Zsuzsanna Matrai, Regional Director, Government Affairs Lead in CEE in Microsoft, will deliver a keynote titled "Human values as guiding principles for responsible AI".
UNCITRAL's work on legal issues in digital economy and AI
Ms Anna Joubin-Bret, Secretary of UNCITRAL, will deliver a keynote on UNCITRAL's work on legal issues related to digital economy, including the use of AI in the trade context and the preparatory work towards a legislative instrument on the use of AI and automated systems in the negotiation, formation and performance of contracts.
AI Driven Business: From Labs into Reality
Rudolf Urbánek, General Manager at Microsoft Czech Republic and Slovakia, will deliver an introductory presentation titled "AI Driven Business: From Labs into Reality" within the discussion panel on AI and Fundamental Values and Rights from Policy and Business Perspective.
AI and liability – the impact of fundamental rights
Prof. Dr. Gerald Spindler from University of Göttingen, Germany, will deliver a presentation titled "AI and liability – the impact of fundamental rights".
Artificial Intelligence and Dispute Resolution
Prof. Dr. Felix Steffek, LLM from University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, will deliver a presentation titled "Artificial Intelligence and Dispute Resolution".