This training provides an overview of the new regulatory landscape of data and artificial intelligence. It will help professionals from the public and private sectors understand how to comply with the relevant European regulations regarding data and AI and to explore the new opportunities that the European regulatory framework has created.
While we are entering a new digital decade, data, data processing and artificial intelligence (AI) are expected to play a transformative role for both the public and the private sector. At the same time, public authorities and other regulators across the globe are adopting a tsunami of new rules and standards on data and AI that organizations will have to comply with. Organizations will not be able to leverage the opportunities of the new digital ecosystem without understanding the new rules of the game.
Target Audience & Discounts
This training was designed for professionals from public and private organizations that want to be ready to comply with the new European regulations on data and artificial intelligence (GDPR, Data Governance Act, Data Act, Regulations on European data spaces)
As FARI is supported by the European Resilience & Recovery Fund (RRF), we can continue to offer free access to participants from public administrations, public institutions and research institutions.
We can also provide a 50% discount to participants from the following target groups:
TOPICS TO BE COVERED
The Challenge of Compliance with AI & Data Regulation
Understanding the new European Digital Framework in practice
What the AI Act means for your organization?
Personal Data: GDPR and beyond
Takeaways & Toolkit to Navigate the New European Digital Regulations
Post-mortem: discussion with participants on their challenges
Dates (Language: English)
20 September 2023
21 September 2023
22 September 2023
English / French (the training is available in Dutch at request)
Be Central, FARI Experience Centre, Cantersteen 16, 1000 Bruxelles
750 Euro (excl. VAT)
Gloria González Fuster
David Restrepo Amariles
Paul De Hert