FGV holds online Latin American Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection  

There will be two sessions to discuss the main challenges and opportunities involved in artificial intelligence implementation and data protection in the region.
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29 九月 2021
FGV holds online Latin American Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection  

On October 1, at midday, on Fundação Getulio Vargas’ YouTube channel, the Center for Technology and Society (CTS) at FGV’s Rio de Janeiro Law School will hold the 2021 Latin American Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection. This will be the first satellite edition of the prestigious CPDP LatAm Conference. There will be two sessions to discuss the main challenges and opportunities involved in artificial intelligence implementation and data protection in the region.

The event will have a multi-sector format, bringing together specialists, regulators, business leaders and civil society. The first session, called “AI and Data Protection in Brazil,” will be introduced by the United Nations’ special rapporteur for privacy, Ana Brian. The moderators will be Professor Luca Belli, the coordinator of the FGV Rio de Janeiro Law School’s CTS; and Danilo Doneda, the director of the Center for Law, Internet and Society (CEDIS/IDP).

After that, there will be talks by Jackline Conka, the innovation and digital transformation undersecretary at the Economy Ministry; Farzana Dudhwala, Facebook’s AI policy and governance manager; Karen Duque, Google’s government relations and public policy manager; Veridiana Alimonti, senior analyst for public policy at the Electronic Frontier Foundation; and Nina da Hora, a researcher at CTS and member of TikTok Brasil’s Security Committee.

At 2 pm, the second session will begin, called “How Is AI Evolving in Latin America?” The moderator will be the director of CeTyS, Carolina Aguerre. The speakers will be Alejando Pisanty, a member of the OECD’s Global Partnership for AI; Fabrizio Scrollini, the director of the Latin American Open Data Initiative (ILDA); Sacha Alanoca, senior researcher on AI public policy at The Future Society; Arturo Muente-Kunigami, senior specialist at the Inter-American Development Bank; and Constanza Gomez Mont, the founder and president of CMinds and AI for humanity chair at the World Economic Forum. The closing remarks will be given by CTS’ coordinator, Luca Belli.

To take part free of charge, please sign up here.

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