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Dezember 2021

AI Regulation and Policy

Von 12:00 bis 13:45 Uhr beteiligen sich Prof. Dr. Wolfgang SchulzProf. Dr. Matthias C. KettemannVincent HofmannJohannes Schmees und Katharina Mosene an der gemeinsam mit dem Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) und dem Instituto de Tecnologia e Sociedade do Rio organisierten Veranstaltung zum Thema AI Regulation and Policy. 
Die Veranstaltung findet Online statt, die Zugangsdaten werden nach Anmeldung per Mail mitgeteilt. Zur Anmeldung schreiben Sie bitte eine Mail an Katharina Mosene

Programm der Veranstaltung als PDF

AI Regulation and Policy

Comparing the Rhythm, Scope and Dynamics of AI Regulation 

Part I: European and Global Perspectives

HIIG: The European perspective on AI Regulation. The idea is to discuss the European risk-based approach, what are the main advantages and disadvantages, what is the current status of the proposal and next steps. The EU’s approach is then compared to a recently adopted UNESCO recommendation. 
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann 
ITS: The Brazilian perspective on AI Regulation. The main element of discussion should be convergences and divergences. One important aspect to highlight is the European influence noted in the discourse of the members of Parliament versus the reality of the proposed bill which has a very different approach. 
Speaker: Carlos Affonso de Souza 

Part II: Explainability and Inclusion
HIIG: The challenges to AI Explainability:  The focus of the debate here should be both the regulatory and the social challenges of explainability. How does it appear in different sets of regulation and under what conditions? What are its shortcomings? How is it possible to achieve its main objectives? 
Speaker: Speaker: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulz and Vincent Hofmann 
ITS: Explainability in Brazil: The intention is to showcase how the explainability debate appeared in Brazil. Why did it reemerge in the midst of a “Fake News Bill”? What is its status now? 
Speaker: Carlos Affonso de Souza
HIIG: AI and Feminism: The main objective is highlight feminist perspectives on AI and what how it sheds light to several significant controversies on AI. 
Speaker: Katharina Mosene
ITS: AI and Inclusion: The aim is to note that potential social risks go much beyond AI biases and discrimination. There is an underlying risk of exclusion in conceptualizing, designing and implementing AI. 
Speaker: Celina Bottino


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Prof. Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann, LL.M. (Harvard)
Senior Researcher "Regelungsstrukturen und Regelbildung in digitalen Kommunikationsräumen"

Prof. Dr. Matthias C. Kettemann, LL.M. (Harvard)

Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)
Rothenbaumchaussee 36
20148 Hamburg

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