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AI Regulation Forum
12 September 2024
Novotel Brussels City CentreBelgium

AI Regulation Forum

Bringing together policy-makers, AI industry & top legal minds to examine how AI should be regulated, and what is required to comply with existing regulations and laws.

From the hosts of the IT Law Summer School - now in its 24th year!

Ensure you understand the practical impact of the EU AI Regulation & how other existing regulations affect AI

Whether you are a developer or a user of AI systems, now is the time to understand the new EU AI Regulation and how to best comply with it. This conference will not only examine the new EU regulation, but also how regulators around the world are approaching AI and how existing laws address its challenges. 

The EU AI Act

Review the new EU AI Act in detail and consider whether it will become the new global gold standard, its extraterritorial application, and whether compliance with it relies on technology, which has not yet been invented.

Regulated Industries & High-Risk Systems

Deep dive into the specific risks and obligations for regulated industries and high-risk systems, including:

financial services, pharma/life sciences, critical infrastructure, employment/HR, law enforcement.

Global Developments

How are key jurisdictions including the US, UK and China approaching AI regulation? How should AI be regulated? Should AI regulation be coordinated? Consider these key questions, as well as the best approach to deal with a complex patchwork of developing regimes.

Application of Other Regulations to AI

Consider in detail, how existing regulations apply to AI and where the key areas of concern are:

  • IP, copyright & data protection 
  • Competition law 
  • Ethics, human rights, equality & discrimination 

Generative AI

Join the hottest debate on AI and consider how existing regulations should be used to respond to the challenges of generative AI, whether it needs its own regulation and how are regulators are currently approaching it.

Practical Compliance

During this highly practical session, our speakers will consider what corporates need to do to comply with the EU AI Act, as well as other relevant regulations (including the DMA, DSA, EU cloud regulation etc), along with what the specific challenges are for compliance for SMEs and how to conduct an internal risk assessment.

Make connections that matter and be a part of the debate

Optimise your compliance strategies by connecting face-to-face with other corporates, regulators and top legal minds, focusing on AI, including:

Corporates both developing and using AI:

  • General Counsel, Heads of Legal, In-house Counsel
  • Heads of AI and Digital Risk
  • Chief Risk Officers (CROs)
  • Chief Compliance Officer (CCOs)

Private practice lawyers specialising in:

  • IT & TMT 
  • IP
  • Data Protection
  • Competition Law
  • Regulatory Law

As well as:

  • Authorities and Regulators
  • AI Solutions Providers
  • Strategy Consultants and Risk Management Advisory Firms
  • Economists 

Sponsorship opportunities

Get in touch with us today to discuss a sponsorship and exhibition package that can help you demonstrate your knowledge and expertise, generate leads and put your brand in the spotlight.

For more information please contact Sade Soares.