CPDP Book Club at CPDP2024 Conference

12 May 2024

We are delighted to invite you to the CPDP Book Club, co-funded by the Digital Legal Studies! The Book Club is scheduled to take place during the three days of the upcoming Computers Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) conference 2024. Dr. Laura Drechsler (KU Leuven) and the former DLL member prof.dr. Aurelia Tamo-Larrieux (University of Lausanne) co-organise the CPDP Book Club with our Lab member Dr. Irene Kamara (TiU).
Together with other excellent speakers, our Lab members Dr. Konrad Kollnig (Maastricht University) and prof. dr. Joris von Hoboken (UvA) will be part of the book discussions. 
  • Program
Wednesday, May 22:
Book: “The Vestigial Heart: A Novel of the Robot Age” by Prof. Dr. Carme Torras.
Discussants: Dr. Konrad Kollnig and Charlotte Ducuing.
Thursday, May 23:
Book: “Governing Cross-Border Data Flows: Reconciling EU Data Protection and International Trade Law” by Dr. Svetlana Yakovleva.
Discussants: Calli Schroeder and Prof. Dr. Theodore Christakis.
Friday, May 24:
Book: “Guardrails: Guiding Human Decisions in the Age of AI” by Prof. Dr. Urs Gasser and Prof. Dr. Viktor Mayer-Schönberger.
Discussants: Prof. Dr. Mireille Hildebrandt and Prof. Dr. Joris von Hoboken.
  • About CPDP2024 Conference: CPDP2024 presents a forum for rigorous examination of the challenges and possibilities surrounding the governance of artificial intelligence. As we explore the question of whether AI is governable, our conference aims to foster insightful dialogue among experts from diverse fields.
Join us for multidisciplinary conversations encompassing societal, legal, ethical, and technical dimensions, as we envision the future cohabitation with intelligent systems in our digital societies.
For further details and registration, please visit the CPDP2024 Conference website at “the CPDP Book Club.”