In the frame of the McCourt Institute and the research project A New Digital Rule of Law, the Law School of Sciences Po will be holding a conference on Regulating Artificial Intelligence, on the 7th of June, in Sciences Po, Paris.
Looking at the EU Draft AI Act from an interdisciplinary and critical perspective, this conference will look at the impact of AI on law, ethics, finance and society as a whole. Join you for this important and timely debate to hear renowned scholars and policymakers, such as Marion Fourcade (UC Berkeley), Antoinette Rouvroy (University of Namur) Mark Coeckelberg (University of Vienna), and many others.
This conference will inaugurate the collaboration between Sciences Po Law School and the McCourt Institute and trigger the important research to come on the importance of the rule of law in digital technologies and networks.
Launched in early 2022 with founding partners Sciences Po in Paris and Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., the McCourt Institute aims to ensure that digital governance is prioritized in the development of new technology and embedded in the next generation of the web. It supports the goals of Project Liberty, a visionary initiative launched by civic entrepreneur, business leader, and philanthropist Frank McCourt in 2021 to transform how the internet works, create a more equitable digital economy, and develop a new civic architecture for the digital world.