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Last update: July 12, 2022

FARI – AI Institute for the Common Good is a research initiative led by two universities:

Université libre de Bruxelles

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Hosting: this website is hosted on The hosting costs are supported by
Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) Avenue Roosevelt 50
1050 Bruxelles, Belgique

Registered with the Register of Legal Persons under number 0407.626.464.
Legal status: teaching and research institution whose legal status was granted by the law of 12 August 1911, as amended by the law of 28 May 1970.


The FARI website is available for informational purposes.
The information provided herein is of a general nature, and is not necessarily relevant to every personal or particular situation. FARI takes all the necessary measures to ensure the information on its website is accurate and updated as regularly as possible. However, FARI shall accept no liability for erroneous or inaccurate information that may persist despite its efforts. FARI may not be held liable for interruptions of service or other technical problems affecting its network.

It also may not be held liable for direct or indirect damage of any kind that might result from using this website (e.g. virus, corrupt files, loss of applications or other data, etc.).
The FARI website may include links to other websites. FARI only has control over the web pages on its domain. However, it shall make efforts to remove, as quickly as possible, any hyperlink to a website it realises hosts illegal content.

FARI reserves the right to modify or update the information on its website at any moment, as well as this legal notice, without prior notice.

Right of portrayal

All identifiable persons represented on this website have authorized FARI to show their image. Any reproduction or other use of the image of a person represented on this website is forbidden.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
Use of this website is subject to Belgian law.
Any dispute related to the use of this website or its content is solely under the jurisdiction of the Brussels courts.

Rights and contacts

Provided you show proof of your identity, you may exercise the following rights:

1. obtain a copy of all your personal data processed by FARI and, if applicable, all information available regarding its origin, destination, and purpose;

2. rectify any inaccuracy in your personal data, and add to any incomplete data;

3. have your personal data erased, subject to regulatory requirements;

4. restrict the processing of your personal data, subject to regulatory requirements;

5. obtain a copy of the personal data you have provided to FARI, in a structured and
commonly used format, provided the processing is based on consent or a contract and
is carried out automatically;

6. oppose the processing of your personal data, subject to regulatory requirements and
for reasons related to your particular situation;

7. lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority – contact(at)

The conditions under which the rights referred to under in paragraphs c, d, and f above are described in the appendix. These rights may be exercised by sending an e-mail or a signed and dated letter to ULB’s Data Protection Officer. In accordance with the law, a response will be provided within 30 days of the request being made.

Délégué à la protection des données – Data protection officer
CP 130
Avenue Roosevelt, 50, 1050 Bruxelles
Last update : Version of the website released on March 13, 2021