Tag: CiTiP KU Leuven
Tijdens deze Data-Date bespraken we de mogelijke impact van de aankomende Europese regulering voor data en AI op de activiteiten van Vlaamse bedrijven en andere organisaties.
In this paper, Joanna Bryson (Professor Ethics and Technology, The Hertie School of Governance) discusses how to approach AI regulation at governmental level.
In this brAInfood, we provide a brief introduction to text-to-x generators and explain some legal considerations in terms of copyright
In deze bijdrage (in het Engels) gaat Martin Ebers (University of Tartu) dieper in op de vraag of de voorgestelde AI Verordening (AI Act) op effectieve wijze kan worden gehandhaafd. De auteur toont aan dat dit momenteel niet het geval is en doet daarbij eveneens een aantal aanbevelingen.
On 18 June 2021, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) issued a joint opinion on the proposal for an AI Regulation. This blog post discusses some of the findings by Jenny Bergholm.
The recently adopted proposal for an AI Regulation has already been the topic for widespread discussions., and so has the GDPR. This contribution discusses how the proposed AI Regulation inadequately addresses the risks presented to privacy and data protection by AI systems, and fails to integrate the comprehensive framework of the GDPR into the most buzzing proposal for regulation in a long time.
A new guide wherein we examine the extent to which the questions in the Assessment List for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence (ALTAI) for self-assessment are already reflected in the existing legal framework
A new proposal for the AI Act introduces technology-oriented due diligence and compliance requirements for AI systems. It also bans some of them. In this way, it risks limiting AI systems’ innovation and migration of innovators outside of the EU. There is a better way to go to both keep innovation inside and risks to fundamental rights outside of the EU: technology-neutral and abusive practices oriented regulation of AI.
With this guide, we want to give an overview on how the GDPR is applied when designing and using AI-systems.
In this study, a representative sample of neighborhood inhabitants was questioned to provide insights into the knowledge and perception of the population regarding AI.
What does it mean for AI to be 'explainable'? In this vision paper, the authors argue that the answers to this question must take better account of explainability’s contextual and normative complexity
With this guide, we aim to give an overview of how the GDPR applies to the design and use of AI-systems.
Are you a researcher or expert on legal and ethical aspects of AI? Apply now for a KCDS-CiTiP Visiting Fellowship. (text in English)
How can society get the best out of AI technology when it is linked to our private lives, and affects the intimate dimensions of human life? Read more about it in this paper by professor Andrew McStay.
Paper on the regulation of robot and AI technologies in healthcare, written by dr. Eduard Fosch-Villaronga.
There is a need for an ethical code of conduct for transparent, explainable, civil and informative digital AI-based political campaigns
Automatic facial recognition is currently a 'hot topic', with both supporters and opponents. With this paper (in dutch), Wim De Mulder wants to appeal to a broad public and also contribute to the social debate.