This year’s Data Science & Law Forum 3.0 was held virtually, starting with regional chapters that took place from 13 to 21 April. The chapters included an Envision Workshop, a policy panel on challenges and opportunities of operationalizing AI, and inside-out learning keynotes that aimed to provide participants with practical insights into responsible AI governance.
This European journey was then brought to Brussels on 26 April for a full plenary week.
The plenary week included policy panels on regulating AI, accountability mechanisms and Transatlantic cooperation. Forward-leaning fire-side chats and BookTalks fostered discussions on the choices we need to make today for a human-centric AI future of tomorrow.