AI Beyond the Hype|AEA-EAL conference|30 May 2019
Andrew Katz, Moorcrofts CEO and Head of Technology will speak at the leading AEA-EAL conference, taking place in Edinburgh, Scotland (UK) on May 30 – June 1, 2019.
This international Artificial Intelligence conference, entitled ‘AI Beyond the Hype – Benefits, Challenges and Liabilities’ is organised by the European Association of Lawyers (AEA-EAL) in partnership with the Faculty of Advocates, the Scottish Society for Computers and Law, the SCRIPT Centre at Edinburgh University, the British Computer Society and other sponsors.
Andrew Katz is a leading expert on software licensing, law concerning free and open source software and is increasingly becoming involved with open hardware and open content. His talk at the conference is entitled ‘AI Licensing and Contracts’.
Other leading experts who will speak at the conference, include:
- Professor Timo Minssen, Director of the Centre for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law at the University of Copenhagen
- Professor Burkhard Schafer, Professor of Computational Legal Theory and Director of the SCRIPT Centre at Edinburgh University
- Katharina Miller, President of the European Women Lawyers Association (EWLA)
- Chris Rees, the immediate Past President of the British Computer Society
- Karmen Turk, advisor to the Estonian Government on AI issues
- Iain Mitchell QC, Chairman of the Scottish Society for Computers and Law, Honorary Lectu¬rer in IT Law at Münster University
- Wojciech Wiewiórowski, the Assistant Supervisor at the office of the European Data Protection Supervisor.
The speakers will share knowledge and discuss topics within the following areas:
- What is AI and why should I care?
- AI and legal liability;
- AI and Fundamental Rights
- Towards an Ethical use of AI
- AI and licensing issues
Who should attend?
The Conference is not only a spectacular opportunity to share information and knowledge about this hugely important topic, but also an excellent opportunity to build an effective platform for communication and cooperation among stakeholders.
It will be of interest to AEA-EAL members, solicitors and Advocates in Scotland, members of the Scottish Society for Computers and Law, IT professionals and other professionals involved or interested in this fast-moving field.
For more information about the programme and to book your ticket, visit the Eventbrite booking form.