On Thursday 18 November and Friday 19 November 2021, CRIDS| Namur Digital Institute organises the conference “Time to Reshape the Digital Society” to celebrate the institute's 40th Anniversary.
In Session 1 C | AI, Data and privacy, LSTS researcher Pablo Trigo Kramcsák will tackle the question: "Is data subject’s consent an appropriate lawful basis for processing AI training datasets?
In Session 3 B | AI, Explainability & Automated Decision Making, LSTS/HALL researcher and EUTOPIA PhD student Anastasiya Kiseleva will speak about 'AI As a Medical Device: Is It Enough To Ensure Performance Transparency and Accountability? Between the Medical Devices Framework and the General AI Regulation'
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