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25th January 2022

IIC Brussels Chapter Seminar (in person): EU Artificial Intelligence Draft Regulation, its Impact and Interplay with GDPR

Chapter event

Date: Tuesday 25 January 2022 (subject to current restrictions)
Time: To be confirmed

Hosted by Squire Patton Boggs, Brussels

In April 2021, the EU Commission proposed a very first legal framework on the application of AI, through the draft Artificial Intelligence Act. Whilst the proposal slowly advances through the EU legislative process before it becomes a binding regulation, companies based in the EU have started discussing the European approach to AI and the potential impact on their operations and regulatory compliance.

At this event, the panelists composed of leading regulators and company representatives will meet to discuss:

o The European approach to AI and its impact on companies, in particular electronic communications providers. How do such providers use AI and to what extent will they be impacted by the proposed Artificial Intelligence Act?

o Strategies for regulatory compliance for a company having already a mature data protection (GDPR) compliance program in place. How may the AI and GDPR programs’ implementation interplay?

o Will the European approach to trustworthy AI influence AI governance and regulation in other parts of the world?

Please note that this will be an in-person event only and will limited to 25 places.

Delegate Fees

IIC Members
Free to attend

Non-Members
35,00 Euros

Event details
Date:
25th January 2022
Location:
Brussels, Belgium
Region:
Europe
Chapter:
Europe, Brussels
Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP
Avenue Lloyd George, 7
1000 Brussels
Belgium

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