Human Rights and Information Technology: A Comparative View of Europe and the United States
A conversation with
Dr. Nataša Pirc Musar
President of the Republic of Slovenia
Richard N. Gardner Professor of Economics and International Affairs; Director of the Center on Global Economy and Governance
School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
Welcome and Introduction by:
Executive Vice President, Columbia Global; Director, ICAP at Columbia University; Director, Columbia World Projects; University Professor of Epidemiology and Medicine; Mathilde Krim-amfAR Chair of Global Health
What are the legislative differences between the pioneering role of the European Union in data protection and Artificial Intelligence (AI) regulation? Is Chit Chat a new quantum leap compared to the Internet Revolution? How do we address hate speech and disinformation, and the role they have in society? Are whistleblowers friends or foes of democratic processes and can we ensure a human rights friendly use of AI?
Columbia University students are invited to participate in a moderated question and answer session following the discussion.
Cosponsored by the Center on Global Economy and Governance and Harriman Institute.