Cordery is one of the proud sponsors of this year’s Association of Corporate Counsel Europe annual conference in Edinburgh.
Jonathan Armstrong will be chairing a panel on Monday 13 May between 14:00 and 15:30 looking at Artificial Intelligence (AI), the details of which are:
New skills to innovate: Checks and balances to the potential of AI (intended and unintended consequences)
Lennox 1, Level -2
“Who trains your AI and how?” might soon be a question you will be required to answer. Be prepared for that question, bearing in mind the importance of data sets and choosing the right people to train your AI. Biased AI can be a source of problems that can be both difficult to unwind and embarrassing to explain. We will consider these risks when weighed against the sometimes surprising power of AI, including the power to generate unexpected value in underexploited IP assets.
Jonathan Armstrong, Technology and Compliance Lawyer, Cordery
Alejandro Bes, Senior Legal Counsel, Novartis
Ellas Papadopoulou, Legal Officer, European Commission
Erik Vermeulen, Senior Legal Counsel, Signify, Professor of Business and Financial Law, Tilburg University
You can access the full program here
You can learn more about the annual conference by visiting https://acceurope2019.com/