We are proud to announce the first confirmed speakers at the conference 'EU Cybersecurity: Collective Resilience through Regulation', which be held in Brussels and virtually on 22 June 2023. Click to read who will be gracing our stages!
The call for abstracts for the conference EU Cybersecurity: Collective Resilience through Regulation is now open! Researchers are warmly invited to submit their extended abstracts before 28 February 2023. The conference will take place on 22 June 2023 in Brussels, with the possibility to attend virtually.
ON 7 SEPTEMBER 2022, A SUCCESSFUL DLS COMMUNITY EVENT TOOK PLACE IN THE VERKADE FABRIEK IN S'HERTOGENBOSCH. IT WAS AN AFTERNOON FULL OF INSIGHTFUL DISCUSSIONS AND RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS.
INSPIRING BRAINSTORMS TOOK PLACE TO MAKE PLANS FOR NEW RESEARCH AND EVENTS RELATING TO SIX THEMES DEFINING THE DLS COMMUNITY: (1) RESPONSIBLE DATA SHARING AND REGULATION OF AI, (2) DIGITALIZATION OF JUSTICE SYSTEMS AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION, (3) TECHNOLOGY FOR LAW AND LEGAL PRACTICE, (4) DIGITAL PLATFORMS AS INFRASTRUCTURES AND ENFORCERS OF PUBLIC INTERESTS, (5) ENFORCEMENT AND THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY, (6) DATA PROTECTION AND CYBERSECURITY.
workshop on the Feasibility of Implementing Automatically Processable Regulation
August 26, 2022
The Feasibility of Implementing Automatically Processable Regulation
Dr. Ruta Liepina (Maastricht University) joined Inside Story on Al Jazeera to comment on Elon Musk’s brain-chip startup Neuralink, and to talk about the risks and opportunities of brain implant technologies.
Natali Helberger (University of Amsterdam) appeared on the dutch research show 'stand van nederland' to talk about the rapidly increasing use of predictive algorithms and the risk of fundamental rights violations.
The Digital Hearing brings you voices, perspectives and ideas on recent events and issues relating to all things law & tech. In the first episode, ronan fahy (university of amsterdam) and esther keymolen (tilburg university) discuss digitally fueled riots and how to respond to them.
ronan fahy and natali helberger (amsterdam university) contributed to the report "Notions of Disinformation and related concepts" published by erga. The aim of this Report is to provide for clearer and more uniform definitions of disinformation and related concepts, including political advertising and issue-based advertising.
Merel Noorman (Tilburg University) is one of the authors of "A Citizen's guide to artificial intelligence," a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the ethical, legal, political, and economic stakes of the use of AI in different areas of society.