The Bavarian AI Council, together with the Würzburg Research Center RobotRecht, the Würzburg Center for the Social Implications of Artificial Intelligence (SOCAI), the Würzburg Center for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science (CAIDAS) and the Bavarian Research Institute for Digital Transformation (bidt), is organising a workshop on the new EU regulation on artificial intelligence on April 1st and 2nd at the "Alte Universität" in Würzburg and cordially invites all interested persons.
Artificial intelligence has been occupying mankind since the 1950s and in the last twenty years automated systems have made great progress and become part of our everyday life. The way a website is found on the internet is not decided by a human, but by an algorithm. Fully automated cars will gradually start driving on Germany's roads and there are already a large number of devices in people's homes which make algorithm-based decisions and thus have an influence on our lives.
The European Commission's proposal for a law on artificial intelligence represents the first legal framework for artificial intelligence worldwide and has therefore generated a great deal of interest. Beginning with the basics of artificial intelligence, the aim of the workshop is to present individual key points of the draft regulation and review these in a discussion.
The event will be held as hybrid. Participants on site are welcome. Please notify Nicolas.Kutschera(at)uni-wuerzburg.de of your intention to attend. Please note that 3G applies for presence participants. A zoom link will be provided on demand until March 31st .
Friday, April 1st
9.00 Opening remarks - Prof. Dr. Dr. Eric Hilgendorf and Dr. David Roth-Isigkeit
9.15 History and guiding values of the AI Regulation - Prof. Dr. Dr. Eric Hilgendorf, University of Würzburg
10.00 Technological Basics of AI - Prof. Dr. Andreas Hotho, Faculty of Computer Science, University of Würzburg
11.00 Scope of application and AI definition of the AI Regulation - Prof. Dr. Sabine Gless, University of Basel / Prof. Dr. Ruth Janal, University of Bayreuth
11.45 Prohibited AI practices - Prof. Dr. Dr. Frauke Rostalski/ Dr. Erik Weiss, University of Cologne
12.30 Lunch break
14.00 High-risk AI systems: Risk-based approach - Prof. Dr. Mario Martini, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer
14.45 Transparency requirements for high-risk and other AI systems - Jun.-Prof. Dr. Lea Kumkar, University of Trier
15.45 National AI Regulatory Authorities and European AI Board - Dr. David Roth-Isigkeit, University of Würzburg
16.30 Legal sanctions - Dr. Carsten Kusche, University of Würzburg
17.15 End of first event day
Saturday, April 2nd
9.15 Innovation Support Measures - Jun.-Prof. Dr. Wiebke Voß, University of Würzburg
10.00 Liability under civil law - PD. Dr. Martin Zwickel, University of Würzburg
10.45 Quality control, corrective mechanisms and codes of conduct - PD. Dr. Dimitrios Linardatos, University of Mannheim
11.45 Debate: Legislative perspectives and room for improvement
12.30 End of the conference