The European Parliament and the Council are currently discussing two important new laws that aim to improve algorithmic decision-making’ transparency and explainability. The AI Act will apply to all AI-based services while the Platform Workers Directive will regulate AI management tools. Those new rules will enlarge the EU rulebook on AI transparency and explainability.
This event will discuss practical experiences of tools developed to have an explanation of the AI decisions which is meaningful for the users. On that basis, it will discuss how the EU lawmaker could adopt AI explainability rules which are effective and consistent with each other.
This event is free and open to all, but registration is required. Viewers will also have the chance to ask questions via the Q&A section on Zoom.
If you can’t join us live, the event will be available to replay on the CERRE YouTube channel afterward.
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Winston Maxwell is Director of the Law & Digital Technology Studies department at Télécom Paris – Institut polytechnique de Paris, where he teaches and writes on subjects related to the regulation of data, AI and telecommunications.
He previously had a career in private practice as a partner of the international law firm Hogan Lovells.