The legal implications of automated decision-making: how to safeguard rights in the age of AI?
8 November from 18h00 to 19h00
YouTube live stream
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in decision-making undeniably offers advantages in terms of efficiency, speed and cost reduction. However, this technological advance also entails risks of error, bias and censorship, threatening the fundamental rights of individuals. Join us as we explore the challenges of algorithmic decision-making applied to personal data. This conference is a unique opportunity to explore the legal and societal challenges posed by the growing use of AI to make decisions without human intervention. Renowned specialists will help you understand how it is possible to protect your rights in an increasingly automated world.
Thibault Douville, Professor at the University of Caen Normandie, specializing in data protection and digital law.
Sylvain Métille, Professor at the University of Lausanne, specializing in data protection and digital law.
Emmanuel Netter, Professor at the University of Strasbourg, specializing in data protection and digital law.
Open to all
Attorneys, lawyers, students, researchers and new technology enthusiasts.