Artificial Intelligence and the Digital Economy

December 7 – 9, 2022
Previously Recorded
Event details
December 7 – 9, 2022
12:00 am
Previously Recorded

Event summary

The Artificial Intelligence and the Digital Economy conference introduced the Artificial Intelligence Act adopted by the European Commission in April 2021 and discussed its implications on the main sectors of the digital economy. The discussion also included analysis of the risk-based approach – including prohibited AI systems, standardization and high-risk AI – in addition to the European Union legal framework on data protection and big data.

Featured agenda item
Friday, December 9 | 11:00 am CET

Panel: GDPR damages claims and AI systems

Patrick Van Eecke, head of Cooley’s European cyber/data/privacy practice and vice chair of the firm’s global c/d/p practice, spoke on a panel focusing on the current impacts of AI systems and General Data Protection Regulation damage claims.

For more information, please email Marissa Pilconis.

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