Adapting to the evolving ai legal and policy landscape(2023/12/04)
- With the rapid development of AI technology, various aspects of our lives are deeply impacted, including the economic, social, legal, and democratic dimensions, influencing each individual. Against this backdrop, research and development in Responsible AI have recently become a highly scrutinized issue. The development of policies and guidelines in this field is progressing swiftly. Ensuring that AI applications adhere to ethical and legal standards, safeguarding the interpretability and trustworthiness of AI models, and preventing societal discrimination are core challenges that urgently need to be addressed.
In this regard, the Taiwan AI Center of Excellence (Taiwan AICoE) under the National Science Council is organizing a forum on the morning of December 4th. The forum will feature a special presentation by Prof. Lee Tiedrich, an expert from the OECD and GPAI AI, who will share his insights on "Adapting to the Evolving AI Legal and Policy Landscape: Unpacking the US AI Executive Order and Other New Developments." Concurrently, discussions among domestic experts and scholars will focus on "Challenges and Responses in the Rapid Development of AI," covering topics such as the international evolution of AI policies and Responsible AI. Through this event, we will delve into AI development trends and challenges to intellectual property and data rights. We aim to stimulate corresponding policy and legal framework recommendations to ensure the protection of citizens' rights and societal stability in the era of AI. We sincerely invite experts from all sectors to participate and provide guidance.
- Adapting to the evolving ai legal and policy landscape
- Event Date: December 4th, 2023
- Format: In-person Conference
- Venue: 2nd Floor, Room 13, Technology Building (No. 106, Section 2, Heping East Road, Da'an District, Taipei City)
- Speakers and Topics: 1.Adapting to the Evolving AI Legal and Policy Landscape: Unpacking the US AI Executive Order and Other New Developments 2.Roundtable Discussion