Estonian Human Rights Centre is glad to invite You to a professional conference about opportunities and threats of AI to human rights. The conference “Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights. From Humane Artifacts to Artificial Human” (link to the conference webpage) will take place on January 26, 2023 in Tallinn. The conference will be held in hybrid format and the working language will be English. Participation is free but You need to register. Register here (link).
Experts from Estonia will share the stage, their knowledge and opinions with high-profile colleagues from abroad. The list of speakers includes
- Jaan Tallinn – the founding engineer of Skype and Kazaa as well as a co-founder of the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (cser.org) and the Future of Life Institute (futureoflife.org);
- Lauri Almann – a co-founder and the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of CybExer Technologies;
- Piret Pernik – a Researcher at the Strategy Branch of the CCDCOE;
- Dr David Reichel – a project manager in the Data and Digital Sector at the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA);
- Jan Kleijssen – Director, Information Society – Action against Crime, Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law, Council of Europe
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