Reference : Law, New Technologies & Artificial Intelligence. Session 2: Regulation of data
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/220613
Law, New Technologies & Artificial Intelligence. Session 2: Regulation of data
English
Mansvelt, Valérie mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > Département des sciences sociales > Département des sciences sociales >]
Feb-2018
7
No
[en] Regulation ; Data ; GDPR
[en] After a general presentation of the context data and privacy regulation by Christian D’Cunha, the different speakers covering this course discussed the main grounds of the GDPR (Laurent De Muyter ) as well as other relevant legislation for data regulation followed by some study cases (Inge Graef ). The importance of regulation of data is undeniable, as it is at the core of artificial intelligence (A.I.). Indeed, it requires big amounts of various data and the velocity of data. The most personal the data is, the most valuable it is. This collect of data is made possible by an increasing amount of connected devices. Therefore, there is security issues that arise (risk of hacking and losing data for example). This course aims at giving a better understanding of the scope of the various regulatory instruments.
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http://hdl.handle.net/2268/220613
This report was written at the request of Pr Nicolas Petit and covers the second session of a study programme that enable legal experts to deal with the new challenges posed by the emergence of cognitive technologies, artificial intelligence and automation in legal practice. This programme is given at the Brussels School of Cognitive Technologies and Law (BSCTL).

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