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Our Executive Director Rastislav Šutek will be joining the panel on “AI and the spread of hate speech & propaganda: Challenges and possibilities in the use of AI and its legislative regulation” on 29 April (11 AM GMT-4/ 5 PM GMT+1) together with Raashi Saxena, Global Project Coordinator at The Sentinel Project and Lord Clement-Jones, Member of Parliament (UK) – Parliamentarians for Global Action. The panel will be moderated by Judge Silvia Fernandez de Gurmendi, GAAMAC Chair.
Learn more about the 2022 AI and Human Rights Forum and its speakers: humanrightsai.ca
Register for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/artificial-intelligence-and-human-rights-forum-tickets-313514188377
Join the webinar: gbsge.com/en/news/events/events/industry-insights-carlota-maldonado-montserrat
Piet Ploeg, Chairman of Stichting Vliegramp MH17
Eliot Higgins, Founder and creative director of Bellingcat
Margarita Sokorenko, Deputy Head of the Office of the Agent before the ECtHR, Ministry of Justice of Ukraine
Rastislav Šutek, Executive Director at Platform for Peace and Humanity
Zoom Webinar ID: 995 3330 9041
Registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Npuu9yK4QhWFYV0i7CUcvg
Agata Kleczkowska (Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences)
Rastislav Šutek (Platform for Peace and Humanity)
Webinar ID: 945 9720 3998
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📌Watch the recording to learn how criminal liability can be imposed on #corporations in #ICL.
📌In Panel 7 on AI and the spread of #hatespeech & #propaganda, our ED Rastislav Šutek commented on the prohibition of the propaganda for #war and AI content moderation on #socialmedia.