Rights, Robots and Data in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Ms Delvaux will discuss her report with recommendations to the Commission, on Civil Law Rules for Robotics. She will also discuss the EU’s recent progress on this issue, including the European Commission's call for increased financial and other investment in AI within Europe.
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Mady Delvaux, MEP and Former JURI Rapporteur, Civil Law Rules on Robotics

Rights, Robots and Data in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

May 25 | 12:45 pm - 2:30 pm

The advent of artificial intelligence and robotics creates new opportunities and risks, necessitating new forms of rule and regulation. Amongst the recommendations contained

in Ms. Delvaux’s report in this regard are the establishment of an EU agency for robotics and AI, an advisory code of conduct for robotics engineers and a new reporting structure to take account of robotics and AI for the purposes of taxation. Ms. Delvaux will discuss the EU’s progress on these and other matters during her address.

About the Speaker:

Mady Delvaux has been an MEP since 2014, and is a member of the Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats. She has held the positions of Minister of Education, Minister of Social Security, Transport and Communication and State Secretary for Health, Social Security and Youth in the government of Luxembourg. She holds qualifications in literature from the University of Paris-Sorbonne, and Engineering from the University of Metz.

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