Speaking Engagement

AI and Human Rights Challenges

The Hebrew University Cyber Security Research Center International Legal Conference on AI

26 Nov 2018 04:00 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

The Maiersdorf Faculty Club Room 502
The Hebrew University
Mt. Scopus, Israel 9190501

The AI revolution has considerable legal and ethical implications, which invite fundamental policy choices. These range from new models of liability for harms created by non-human decision makers, the regulatory framework governing the operation of robots, the creation of new human rights corresponding to AI-dominated social conditions, to the introduction of new legal persons (e.g., AI systems). Lokke Moerel, senior of counsel in Morrison & Foerster’s Privacy + Data Security group, will appear on an international panel that will examine the human rights challenges entwined with the rise of artificial intelligence.



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