To celebrate Data Protection Day, the Legality Attentive Data Scientists, with the Brussels Privacy Hub explore one of the biggest open challenges of data protection law: explainability and accountability of Artificial Intelligence. The event, with high-level stakeholders and experts, address the twists and thorns of developing legality attentive Artificial Intelligence as a standard for our societies.
Artificial Intelligence raises concerns for many fields of its actual and possible application for its risks of extending control on individuals and further unbalancing powers among individuals and\or with institutions and businesses. Keeping AIs in line with the law and with the EU fundamental values and ethical principles is more than a need, it is the footprint of the European approach and benchmarking of research and production of Artificial Intelligence -based solutions.
Explainability is often offered as an answer to many concerns related to Artificial Intelligence development and deployment. Nevertheless, explainability is not always possible yet, and explainability itself can be problematic for personal data protection.
The webinar is moderated by Giovanni Comandé, Full Professor of Private Comparative Law at the Sant’Anna School; Gianclaudio Malgieri, Associate Professor of Law & Technology at the EDHEC Business School, give introductory remarks.
Paul Nemitz - Principal Advisor in the Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers of the European Commission,
Catelijne Muller - President of ALLAI, Member High Level Expert Group on AI and OECD Network of Experts on AI
Fosca Giannotti - Director of research of computer science at the Information Science and Technology Institute “Alessandro Faedo” of the National Research Council (CNR) Pisa, Italy
Dafna Feinholz - Bioethics and Ethics of Science Section, UNESCO