In order to create a space for interdisciplinary discussions and exchanges on the governance issues raised by artificial intelligence, the Digital Law Center has launched the AI Tech & Policy Talks (AITPT) online series in October 2020. During each session of AITPT, a presentation is made by a distinguished speaker on a topic relating to IA governance. The presentation is followed by a general informal discussion with the participants. The AITPT events are organized in English.
The DLC invites you to join us for the next session of our AI Tech & Policy Talks that will take place online on Tuesday, June 29, 2021, from 3:30 to 5:00 pm (CEST ; Swiss time). This session will be exceptionnally organized in the framework of the Digital Law Summer School.
Prof. Ryan Abbott, Professor of Law and Health Sciences at University of Surrey, will make a presentation on the following topic : Protecting AI Output with Intellectual Property.
Admissions and registration
Conditions of participation : Participation in the AI Tech & Policy Talks is free of charge but registration is mandatory. The deadline for registration is Monday, June 28, 2021, at 12.00 pm (CEST ; Swiss time).
Online registration: closed.
Contact & informations
digitallawcenterunige [point] ch
First session : October 29, 2020
The first session of the AI Tech & Policy Talks featured a presentation by Ana Andrijevic, teaching assistant and doctoral student at the Digital Law Center, on "Artificial Intelligence & Intellectual Property: Challenges and Perspectives". The PowerPoint presentation is available here.
The presentation was commented by Prof. Slava Voloshynovskiy, Faculty of Science, Computer Science and Centre Universitaire Informatique (CUI), University of Geneva, and Dr. Maria Assunta Cappelli, Centre Universitaire Informatique (CUI), University of Geneva.
Second session : December 3, 2020
The secondsession of the AI Tech & Policy Talks featured a presentation by Dr Matteo Tarantino, invited researcher at the Institute for Environmental Sciences, UNIGE, and Assistant Professor at the Catholic University of Milan on "Analysis of Facebook Conversations: Prospects and Challenges". The PowerPoint presentation is available here.
The presentation was commented by Dr Jérôme Duberry, Lecturer and Researcher at the Dusan Sidjanski Center of Excellence in European Studies, Global Studies Institute, UNIGE and Ms. Hélène Bruderer, Ph.D Candidate and teaching and research assistant at the Faculty of Law and researcher at the Digital Law Center, UNIGE.
Third session : January 28, 2021
The third presentation of the AI Tech & Policy Talks featured a presentation by Prof. Katarzyna Wac, Geneva School of Economics and Management, UNIGE, on "AI @ CARE: Laws and Ethics and Algorithmic Bias in Healthcare". The PowerPoint presentation is available here.
Fourth session : March 3, 2021
The fourth presentation of the AI Tech & Policy Talks featured a presentation by Prof. Robin Geiss, Swiss Chair of International Humanitarian Law at the Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Professor of International Law and Security at the University of Glasgow and upcoming Director of the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), on the following topic : "AI and the Digital Battlefield".
Fifth session : March 31, 2021
The fourth presentation of the AI Tech & Policy Talks featured a presentation by Dr Sivan Tamir, Policy Counsel & Senior Research Fellow at the Israel Tech Policy Institute, on the following topic : "Implementing Algorithmic Decision-Making Systems in Social Welfare Services". The PowerPoint Presentation is available here.
Sixth session : April 29, 2021
The sixth presentaiton of the AI Tech & Policy Talks featured a presentation by Dr Padmashree Gehl Sampath, Senior advisor of the Global Access in Action program at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, Adjunct Professor and a Professorial Fellow at the United Nations University-MERIT, on the following topic : Artificial Intelligence and Structural Inequality: The Problems of Foreseeable and Unforeseeable Bias.
The presentation was commented by Dr james Wahutu, Assistant Professor in Media, Culture, and Communication, New York University and Faculty Associate, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, and Prof. Jean-Henry Morin, Associate Professor for Information Systems, University of Geneva.