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With the widespread use of artificial intelligence (AI) comes a clear need for regulation. The Cornell China Center invites you to join us for Artificial Intelligence Regulation Across the World, a virtual event on AI regulation at local and global scales.

 

Friday, 27 May 2022, 8:00–9:30 a.m. NY / 2:00–3:30 p.m. Geneva / 8:00–9:30 p.m. Beijing

After you register you will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the virtual program on May 27.

With the widespread use of artificial
intelligence (AI) comes a clear need for regulation. The Cornell China
Center invites you to join us for Artificial Intelligence Regulation Across the World, a virtual event on AI regulation at local and global scales.

The European Union has set world standards with its General Data Protection Regulation, and is mulling over an Artificial Intelligence Act.
China has developed a series of regulations and rules for algorithmic
supervision and accountability, and in the U.S., a legal framework for
regulating AI is slowly taking shape.

Do these worldwide regulations share any strategic similarities or
common values? How is AI interacting with intellectual property rights?
How can AI guidelines enhance accessibility for citizens with
disabilities? This panel brings together distinguished theorists and
practitioners to address AI questions critical to our world today.

Panelists:

Rostam J. Neuwirth,

Professor of Law, Head of the Department of Global
Legal Studies at the Faculty of Law of the University of Macau,

“The EU
Artificial Intelligence Act and the Subliminal Manipulation of Human
Mind and Behavior”

Xiaoping Wu,

Counsellor in the Intellectual Property, Government
Procurement and Competition Division of the World Trade Organization,

 
“Reflections on Intellectual Property Related Policy, and Legal Issues
Arising from the Interaction of Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual
Property Rights”

 Rui Guo,

Associate Professor of Law, Institute of Law and Technology
Researcher, and Director of Center for Social Responsibility and
Governance at Renmin University of China,

“Stereotypes and AI Fairness”

Linghan Zhang,

Professor at the China University of Political Science
and Law, Visiting Scholar at Cornell Law School,

“Algorithmic
Supervision in China: Filing for Records, Examination, and
Accountability”

 

Moderators:

Xingzhong Yu,

Anthony W. and Lulu C. Wang Professor of Chinese Law, Cornell Law School


Ying Hua,

Cornell China Center Director

 

 

Language: English

Event time: Friday, 27 May 2022, 8:00–9:30 a.m. NY / 2:00–3:30 p.m. Geneva / 8:00–9:30 p.m. Beijing

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