Friday 11th June |Current regulatory challenges seminar: Regulating the use of artificial intelligence (A. Renda, CEPS)

The Better Regulation Advanced course, part of the third term in Rome of the European Master in Law and Economics – EMLE, organized a series of current regulatory challenges seminars.

On June 7th,  Maria Luce Mariniello (AGCOM) and Hamsini Shankar (former EMLE student and AGCOM intern) held a lecture on “Regulating online hate speech: how to address the monitoring challenge with the Impact assessment.”

Following that, on June 9thFlorentin Blanc (OECD Senior Policy Analyst) and Margarita Escobar (OECD consultant and former EMLE Student) focused on “Risk Assessment and machine learning in enforcement controls”. 

The last event will take place on June 11th, from 11:00 to 13:00.

Indeed, Andrea Renda (CEPS) will hold a lecture on “Regulating the use of artificial intelligence”.

The distinguished Speaker, a member of the EU High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence, will present his perspective on if, how and why Artificial Intelligence should be regulated.

Furthermore, Andrea Renda will display the European Commission Proposal for AI Regulation. The latter by also discussing Europe’s efforts in developing a strategy on the human and ethical implications for a trustworthy Artificial Intelligence.

As already mentioned, the lecture will take place on Friday, June 11th, from 11:00 to 13:00.

It will be possible to attend by invitation or request.

Feel free to write to Luca Megale for further information: