The debate on artificial intelligence (AI) brings new human rights risks (as diverse as non-discrimination, privacy, security, freedom of expression, and access to public services), to the fore.
This is another awards season. “Winter is coming” is a motto of the Stark family of the HBO series Game of Thrones. It will be a big hit later this year and definitely a frontrunner for the 2019 TV awards season. A little piece of news for the Starks out there: winter is already here. […]
7:20 AM ET Emily KaplanESPN This week, we learned that the NHL will officially welcome Seattle as its 32nd franchise, but not until 2021-22. That’s plenty of time for teams to prepare and shape their rosters for yet another expansion draft. What if the draft were this summer, though? For this week’s power rankings — […]
Programme 08.45-09.00 Screening of the Film “Knafeh” by Sigalit Landau (The film will run while participants take their places) 09.00-10.20 Discourse Facilitators: Alexandre Stevens, Bernard Seynhaeve and Nathalie Laceur Opening: Yves Cartuyvels, Professor of Criminal Law at the University Saint Louis, and Gil Caroz, Psychoanalyst in Brussels Angelina Harari: President of the WAP, Psychoanalyst in […]
Michał Boni, born in 1954 in Poznan, a graduate of the University of Warsaw, where for many years he lectured in the Department of Polish Culture. Involved in Solidarność underground movement since 1980. Since 1989 a member of the national authorities of Solidarność, in 1990 – chairman of the “Mazowsze” Region Managing Board. In 1991, […]
The mid-term review of the digital single market strategy in 2017 identified the data economy as one of the top three priority areas for action in the second half of the strategy’s implementation, and announced a legislative proposal to improve access to and the re-use of publicly funded data.