Anastasiya Kiseleva is a researcher at the Law, Science, Technology and Society research group of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, where she is preparing a doctoral thesis in the area of legal and ethical challenges posed by artificial intelligence in healthcare. She is also participating as a legal expert in the EU H2020 project FASTER aimed to increase efficiency and safety of first responding by the use of advanced technologies (smart wearables and textiles, autonomous vehicles, robots, drones, augmented reality and artificial technologies capacities).
Anastasiya holds an LL.M. in IP & IT Law (EULISP) from Leibniz University Hannover (magna cum laude). The paper “What is AI and why does it matter for Copyright” based on her Master’s thesis is one of the winning papers in the 4IP Council Research Awards 2018. Anastasiya has been practicing intellectual property and information technology law for more than 8 years dealing with IT contract drafting and negotiation, IP clearance, consulting and day-to-day support in e-commerce, e-payments, copyright, trademark, data protection and privacy issues, drafting of end-user and privacy policies. She also gave lectures and presentations, published papers and articles on the topic of IP&IT Law. Her current research interest is in the area of IP & IT Law and Health.