Legal and Implementation Issues of Enterprise Artificial Intelligence

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Self-driving cars, drones, and companion robots are already introduced into society. With this in mind, what are the most pressing legal issues for companies to be thinking about today and in the near future?  This course will outline the top issues of compliance, risk, and opportunity AI/AS can bring, and how an organization can establish the infrastructure to strategically address these emerging technologies.

What you will learn:

  • Discuss concepts of liability of Autonomous and intelligent systems
  • Describe the role of human rights in Autonomous and intelligent systems
  • Summarize the benefits of enhancing diversity and inclusion in the AI development process

This course is part of the following course program:

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics in Design: Responsible Innovation

Courses included in this program:

Who should attend: Data engineer, AI/ML engineer, Design engineer, Computer engineer, Security engineer, Software engineer


Catelijne Muller

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Catelijne Muller is a member of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) and President of the Permanent Study Group on AI at the EESC. Catelijne was Rapporteur of the EESC opinion “Artificial Intelligence and Society.” The EESC identifies 12 societal impact domains of Artificial Intelligence (one of which is “Laws and Regulations”) and gives a number of concrete recommendations to address these. According to Catelijne, the potential of AI for humanity can only be fully reaped if these challenges are addressed in a smart and timely manner.  Catelijne is an EU policy advisor for the Trade Union Confederation (VCP) in The Netherlands.

Virginia Dignum

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Dr. M.V. (Virginia) Dignum is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Technology Policy and Management at TU Delft. She holds a PhD from the Utrecht University, in 2014. Previously, she worked for more than 12 years in consultancy and system development in the areas of expert systems and knowledge management. Her research focuses on value-sensitive design of intelligent systems and multi-agent organizations, focusing on the formalization of moral and normative behaviors and social interactions. In 2006, she was awarded the prestigious Veni grant from NWO (Dutch Organization for Scientific Research) for her work on agent-based organizational frameworks. She has published more than 180 peer-reviewed papers and several books, yielding a h-index of 27. She is secretary of the International Foundation for Autonomous Agents and Multi-agent Systems (IFAAMAS) and co-chair of the European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI) in 2016.

Publication Year: 2018

ISBN: 978-1-5386-0044-3

Legal and Implementation Issues of Enterprise Artificial Intelligence
  • Course Provider: Standards Association
  • Course Number: EDP527
  • Duration (Hours): 1
  • Credits: 0.1 CEU/ 1 PDH