What does the Future of Digital Law hold?

What does the Future of Digital Law hold?

  • Fabryczna railway Station, Łódź, Poland (©Tomasz Frankowski)Fabryczna railway Station, Łódź, Poland (©Tomasz Frankowski)

Join us for the first Cyborg event of 2023 for a stellar conversation with scholars from around the world on what to expect in 2023 and the years ahead in digital governance. From the implementation of the DSA and DMA, the discussion of the AI act, the regulatory challenges brought about by generative AI and the commodification of all sorts of information this is an event not to miss.

We have a stellar panel of international scholars joining us from around the world: Julie Cohen, Georgetown University ; Niva Elkin Koren, Tel Aviv University ; Joris van Hoboken, University of Amsterdam ; Alexandre de Streel, Namur University ; David Restrepo Amariles, HEC Paris ; Séverine Dusollier and Beatriz Botero Arcila, Sciences Po Law School.

The event will consist of two panels and will go from 9am to 12.30, and will be held in the McCourt Pavillion (Sciences Po, 1 place Saint-Thomas d'Aquin, Paris 7ème).

Coffee and arrival (9.00am-9.20am)

First panel: What to Expect: EU Tech Law in 2023 (9:20am-10:50am)

  • Alexandre de Streel presenting "Enforcing the Digital Markets Act: A Sisyphean Task?"
  • Joris van Hoboken presenting "Platforms and Democracy: A Research Agenda for the Digital Services Act"
  • Severine Dussolier presenting "Forthcoming copyright issues in the digital context"
  • Beatriz Botero Arcila presenting "AI Liability and information asymmetries"

Second panel: The future of AI and Data law and regulation (11.00am-12.30pm)

Date de l'événement : 
Mercredi, 1 Février, 2023 - 09:00 - 12:30
Lieu : 
Sciences Po, 1 place Saint-Thomas d'Aquin, McCourt Pavillon, Paris 7ème
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