2nd Tech Supreme Court Event to Focus on AI

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TechSense by The Dots has announced that the second edition of its Tech Supreme Court, a fictitious court bringing together key players from the Luxembourg technology community, will take place at the ECCL Hemicycle in Luxembourg-Kirchberg on Thursday 19 October 2023 at 16:00.

With its concept of a mock trial, this edition of the Tech Supreme Court will place artificial intelligence (AI) in the role of the accused, closely examining the crucial questions it raises. Its benefits, risks, ethical implications and the regulatory frameworks surrounding it will be analysed, discussed and debated. Three charges will thus be brought against AI: its social implications, its societal impacts and the legal and regulatory issues linked to AI.

According to the organisers, this event offers a unique platform for collaboration and exchange of ideas. Through testimony, policymakers, entrepreneurs and investors will bring their views and expertise before a court composed of judges, jurors, a public prosecutor and an attorney for the accused party. The following experts will enlighten attendees through their debates and exchanges:

* Viviane Reding, former Vice-President of the European Commission and former member of the European Parliament (MEP);

* Jean-Louis Schiltz, lawyer in private practice at Schiltz & Schiltz;

* Luc Julia, one of the creators of the Siri voice assistant and former Vice-President of Innovation at Samsung;

* Marco Landi, President of QuestIt, formerly COO of Apple Computer in Cupertino;

* Laurent Pulinckx, CIO at Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) and THECIO23;

* Vincent Arnal, CIO of Lalux and THECIO22;

* Djémaia Badji, CEO of BDA Global Service;

* Maxime Dufour, member of the jury at the National Commission for Data Protection (CNPD);

* Leila Rebbouh, entrepreneur at delaware;

* Yannis Nakos, IBM Process Mining, RPA & Digital Labor Sales Lead EMEA;

* Laurent Kratz, CEO of NEOFACTO, internet entrepreneur and founder of several startups;

* Djamila Aouada, senior research scientist and assistant professor at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) at the University of Luxembourg;

* Mark D Cole, Professor of Media and Telecommunications Law at the University of Luxembourg;

* Maxime Derian, researcher in digital anthropology and health at the University of Luxembourg;

* Max Gindt, member of the Department of Media, Connectivity and Digital Policy (SMC) of Luxembourg’s Ministry of State;

* Amélie Madinier, CEO of Le Village by CA Luxembourg.

The event will conclude with a networking cocktail.

Registration is free, but places are limited. For registration and further details, visit https://techsense.lu/techsenseevents/tech-supreme-court-ai-edition.

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