The European Draft Regulation on Artificial Intelligence was presented in April 2021 with ambitious aims: to be a far-reaching regulation aimed to guarantee the highest level of protection for ‘Union values, fundamental rights and principles’, and at the same time promote innovation.
This symposium explores cutting-edge regulatory challenges with respect to managing issues arising from the deployment of ‘smart’ robotics. The symposium is held under the aegis of the research project ‘Vulnerability in the Robot Society’ (VIROS).
Robots and Society: Ethical, social, legal, and technical perspectives on integrating social robots in the home and healthcare systems and services (RO-SO - Second Edition).
Link to the conference: https://www.smile.unina.it/ro-man2022/accepted-workshops/
The proposed Artificial Intelligence Act of the European Commission advances a by-design regulatory approach, akin to the principles of the GDPR. This approach assumes that in order to effectively shield human rights in the digital ecosystem it is necessary to incorporate ethical principles into the design of the system.
Assoc. Prof. Alessandro Mantelero is a Council of Europe Scientific Expert on Artificial Intelligence, data protection and human rights. In this webinar, he will give a glimpse on his book "Beyond Data. Human Rights, Ethical and Social Impact Assessment in AI" which will be published in the first part of 2022.
NRCCL's AI regulation Seminar Series
NRCCL`s AI regulation Seminar Series
NRCCL's AI Regulation Seminar Series 2021
Jon Bing Memorial Seminar 2021
The implementation of smart robotics in a growing number of areas of society raises various concerns to the industry, users, and regulators.
This symposium explores cutting-edge regulatory challenges with respect to managing cybersecurity and privacy-related issues arising from the deployment of ‘smart’ robotics. The symposium is held under the aegis of the research projects ‘Security in Internet Governance and Networks: Analysing the Law’ (SIGNAL) and ‘Vulnerability in the Robotic Society’ (VIROS).