The objective of the IT/AI Law School is to foster attendees’ knowledge in the field of Information Technology Law and Artificial Intelligence with particular reference to practical emerging issues.
Our IT/AI Law School aims to offer the latest theoretical and practical knowledge useful in everyday work, as well as to introduce you to the directions of the current legislative efforts and the new challenges, ideas, and concepts in the domain of law.
The second edition of IT/AI Law School will focus mainly on matters concerning:
databases and machine data.
We will broadly address the practical legal aspects of the creation, implementation, and utilization of AI-based systems. We will discuss the legal issues related to AI projects, including the structure of contracts/agreements for the implementation of AI systems in detail. Apart from dealing with strictly legal issues, the participants of the school will also become familiar with the practical aspects of assurance of compliance of AI systems with the principles and standards of ethics.
We will also extensively cover the current situation of today’s online platforms. The participants will learn about the new obligations and responsibilities imposed on service suppliers under the drafted Digital Services Act, and about the liability of online platforms pursuant to the law of the Russian Federation.
We will discuss selected aspects of the American practice adopted in the area of Cloud Computing, including the principles of drawing up CC contracts and the requirements for cybersecurity. Issues concerning blockchain, databases, or machine data will be addressed as well.
IT/AI Law School will give you an opportunity to take part in lectures by outstanding lawyers from the United States, Russia, Japan, Italy, Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands, and Poland.
Our speakers will include both eminent professors from prestigious European higher education institutions and seasoned industry practitioners dealing with IT/AI projects on a daily basis.
By taking part in our IT/AI Law School, you will get access to the latest knowledge on the directions of legislative efforts undertaken at the EU level or on OECD’s activity, provided directly by individuals engaged in the work in question.
You’re most welcome to join us on a 4-day intellectual adventure that will let you both gain practical knowledge and broaden your horizons by learning about new legal concepts and challenges.
By participating in the IT / AI Law School, you will become familiar with e.g.:
the current state and directions of the legislative efforts undertaken by the EU in the area of artificial intelligence and online platforms,
the practice of managing the legal aspects of AI projects,
the legal challenges and principles underlying drawing up contracts/agreements for the implementation of AI systems,
the challenges involved in the qualification and protection of the impact of AI in light of intellectual property law,
the standards and principles of assurance compliance of AI systems with the standards of ethics, including the Standard for Algorithmic Bias Considerations developed by IEEE,
how to use personal data (big data) from different sources to train AI models,
the legal challenges involved in the application of the principles of product liability to AI systems,
the role of AI in the process of Corporate Governance and Compliance,
selected legal aspects of Cloud Computing in light of the American law, including the American contract law and the requirements in the area of cybersecurity,
the risks involved in the bankruptcy of a supplier of Cloud Computing services and the practical ways of protecting the interests of the end-users of such services,
the European and the American judicial decisions regarding the monopolistic practices of the biggest online platforms (Google, Amazon, Facebook),
the practical aspects of liability of online platforms pursuant to the law of the Russian Federation,
the judicial decisions concerning the sui generis protection of databases and the directions of the legislative changes in the domain of the protection of databases at the EU level resulting from the need to adapt the current regulations to the challenges posed by the so-called “data economy”
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