The relationship between AI and human rights is, for now, double-edged. AI brings great benefits to all sectors of society and strengthens progress, social well-being and economic competitiveness. At the same time, however, it poses risks to a variety of human rights and fundamental freedoms, be it due to the intrinsic technological processes, human input or its abusive or malicious use in practice.
The panel is part of the TAČR project, which aims to identify and assess the risks and opportunities in the relationship between AI and human rights and to propose solutions how AI technologies should be developed, used and regulated in order to prevent human rights violations and support their further progress and protection.
The panel takes place on October 30 from 13:00 at Kampus Hybernská as part of AI Days. No registration needed.
Read more about the project Artificial intelligence and human rights: risks, opportunities and regulation.