Which are the obligations triggered by the use of algorithms? Do you have to disclose the algorithms to users? If yes, in which details?
Do you have to obtain a license to mine data bases?
Do you have to comply with database directive?
How do you assess liability for a loss generated by the use of algorithms?
Can robots collude? What consequences do you face?
Should the robots have legal personality?
Get answers and solutions on all the above and more, from top specialists in their field: Julien Debussche – Senior Associate Bird & Bird, Andrea Bertolini – Prof. of Law (and lawyer) Pisa and Yale University, and Miguel Sousa Ferro – Prof. of Law (and lawyer) University of Lisbon.
Discussion is relevant to all industries using algorithms, including IT, manufacturing, banking, pharma etc.
Liability of Robots event is created in partnership with the Embassy of Canada and takes place in English at Hilton Garden Inn Bucharest Old Town, from 3 pm to 7 pm, when an Alira wine tasting shall follow.
Liability of Robots is a side event of Bucharest Tech Week, the largest urban technology festival in Romania.
Registration is available at https://emeaconferences.com/liability-robots-algorithms-special-obligations/
Looking forward to seeing you on 20 May!