AI, discrimination and forecasting

Workshop + presentation of the new Center of Excellence

 

Time: 14.00 – 16.00 Kyiv time (13.00 – 15.00 CET)

The working language is English.

 

Center for Law, Ethics and Digital Technologies at Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University with support of CEU Democracy Institute (DI) in Budapest invites you to participate in a workshop ‘AI, discrimination and forecasting’. This event was partly sponsored by Central European University Foundation of Budapest (CEUBPF). The presentations here in represent the ideas of the speakers, and do not necessarily reflect the views of CEUBPF.

Artificial intelligence is increasingly penetrating all spheres of life, both private and public. Algorithmic tools seem to have serious predictive power, are perceived as accurate and unbiased. At the same time, there are many doubts about the expansion of artificial intelligence tools, related to the consequences of their introduction and deployment, such as discrimination, injustice, and the erosion of democratic procedures. Profound changes in individual and societal experience, especially those related to thinking, decision-making, and freedom of action, are also occurring under the influence of algorithmization. Ultimately, all of this threatens the values we share.

To discuss these issues, we are initiating debates within the framework of the workshop on artificial intelligence, discrimination and prediction.

The event will also feature a new project, the Jean Monnet Center of Excellence, European Fundamental Values in the Digital Era.

 

If you have any questions, please, contact Yulia Razmetaeva yu.s.razmetaeva@nlu.edu.ua

4 october 2022
14.00 - 16.00
Online
Registration of participants for the event in Zoom format
Free

SPEAKERS

Yulia Razmetaeva

Yulia Razmetaeva is a Head of the Center for Law, Ethics and Digital Technologies at Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University (Ukraine) and Uppsala University visiting researcher (Sweden). She is the author of the books “Human Rights as a Fundamental Value of Civil Society” (2013) and “Doctrine and Practice of Human Rights Protection” (2018), as well […]

Topic of speech: ''Predictable for algorithms and discriminated by them''

Petro Sukhorolskyi

Petro Sukhorolskyi is PhD in law, Department of Political Science and International Relations (Institute of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine). He is an author of the book Foundations of Futures Studies (2021), as well as numerous publications devoted to human rights in the digital era, data protection, challenges of the […]

Topic of speech: ''The architecture of surveillance and the root causes of discrimination in cyberspace''

Nataliia Filatova-Bilous

Nataliia Filatova-Bilous is a PhD in law, Associate Professor at the Department of Civil Law of the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University and Leading Specialist of the Center for Law, Ethics and Digital Technologies at Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University (Ukraine).  She is an author of publications on private-law problems of technology implementation, including algorithmic […]

Topic of speech: ''Algorithms and content moderation in times of war: challenges and threats''

Hartini Saripan

Hartini Saripan is Doctor, Professor in Universiti Teknologi MARA (Malaysia). She is the author of publications devoted to the legal status of robots, the consequences of predictive algorithms, issues of privacy and digital signature. She is Principal Investigator in several projects about integrity, transparency and technologies. Her area of expertise and research includes cyber law, […]

Topic of speech: ''AI and environmental sustainability: Opportunities and challenges''

MODERATOR

Yulia Razmetaeva

Yulia Razmetaeva is a Head of the Center for Law, Ethics and Digital Technologies at Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University (Ukraine) and Uppsala University visiting researcher (Sweden). She is the author of the books “Human Rights as a Fundamental Value of Civil Society” (2013) and “Doctrine and Practice of Human Rights Protection” (2018), as well […]

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    Anatoly Hetman