- Francesca Pratesi (National Research Council (CNR), Italy)
- Desara Dushi (Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium)
- Francesca Naretto (Scuola Normale Superiore (SNS), Italy)
|9:00-9:15||Desara Dushi||Welcome and Overview of the workshop|
|9:15-10:00||Josep Domingo Ferrer||Invited Talk|
|10:30-12:00||Gregor Strojin||Invited Talk|
|13:30-15:00||Vv.Aa.||Paper presentations - Session 1|
|15:30-16:45||Vv.Aa.||Paper presentations - Session 2|
|16:45-17:00||Francesca Pratesi||Closing remarks|
his workshop aims at analyzing how this new regulation will shape the AI technologies of the future. We will cover issues such as the ability of the AIA requirements to be operationalized, privacy, fairness, and explainability by design, individual rights and AIA, AI risk assessment, and much more. The workshop will bring together legal experts, tech experts and other interested stakeholders for constructive discussions. We aim at stakeholder and geographical balance. The workshop's main goal is to help the community understand and reason over the implications of an AI regulation, what problems does it solve, what problems does it not solve, what problems does it cause, discuss the new proposed amendments to the text of the AI Act, and propose new approaches that maybe have not been tackled yet.
Papers are welcome from academics, researchers, practitioners, postgraduate students, private sector, and anyone else with an interest in law and technology. Submissions with an interdisciplinary orientation are particularly welcome, e.g. works at the boundary between ML, AI, human-computer interaction, law, and ethics. Submitted applications can include regular papers, short papers, working papers and/or extended abstracts.