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Webinar: Navigating the Legal Framework Affecting Industrial Enterprises in the Age of Artificial Intelligence and Tracking Devices
AIRE, in cooperation with TalTech Legal Lab, organizes a webinar, the purpose of which is to provide industrial companies with a comprehensive overview of legislation and the main legal obligations that must be known when developing or using artificial intelligence and tracking devices. Among other things, the artificial intelligence regulation (EU AI Act) that will soon enter into force in the European Union will be discussed. All interested industrial companies are invited to the comprehensive webinar with practical application examples and experience stories.
NB: This webinar is held in Estonian!
The aim of the webinar is to introduce how artificial intelligence systems will be regulated by the European Union’s artificial intelligence regulation, including how artificial intelligence systems with different risk levels are distinguished in the artificial intelligence regulation. The webinar will also provide an overview of other relevant legislation that an industrial company must keep in mind, among other things, issues of responsibility and personal data processing in connection with the implementation of artificial intelligence will be discussed. The webinar will separately discuss the use of tracking devices from a legal point of view. Together with practical examples, an overview is provided of which legal obligations must be fulfilled and which data protection risks occur when using tracking devices.
The webinar will be conducted by Tea Kookmaa, the CEO of TalTech Legal Lab.
📅 Event date: Wednesday, November 22, 2023
⏰ Time: 10:00-13:15
📍 Venue: Web – MS Teams
➠ Introduction AI and the legal landscape – what is the current regulation?
➠ Important legislation in the future, including the regulation on artificial intelligence
➠ Distinguishing between high-risk and so-called normal-risk artificial intelligence systems – what will be the obligations of an industrial company according to the new regulation?
➠ Who is responsible for the operation of artificial intelligence? What is the approach so far and what will change with the AI regulation?
➠ Use of artificial intelligence and data protection – can AI be used to analyze personal data? What obligations must be fulfilled in light of the GDPR? When is the use of AI to process personal data justified and when is it not?
➠ Is it necessary to conduct a data protection impact assessment before starting to use AI?
➠ The use of tracking devices in an industrial company – how to achieve business goals, how to be compliant with the rules at the same time?
The online training is aimed at employees of industrial companies and companies dealing with development projects based on artificial intelligence, startup-like companies with their own products, and companies dealing with the legal framework.
The registration deadline for the webinar is November 20, 2023.
10:00 – 10:10 Introduction
10:10 – 11:00 Overview of legislation regulating artificial intelligence. An overview of the European Union’s artificial intelligence regulation, which new obligations will apply to companies
11:05 – 11:45 Artificial intelligence and data protection
11:45 – 12:00 Break
12:00 – 13:10 – Use of tracking devices in an industrial company, data protection rules. Practical examples of legal issues in industrial enterprises
13:10 – 13:15 – Summary of the webcast
Tea Kookmaa – CEO of TalTech Legal Lab and expert in technology law and data protection. He is also a valued lecturer who often gives lectures and seminars on various legal topics related to data protection. His opinions on data protection topics have also been published many times in the press.
NB: This webinar is held in Estonian!