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Artificial Intelligence in an international context

Location: Kuwait International Law School, Kuwait

Professor Suzanne Rab is pleased to be speaking in Kuwait at the Kuwait International Law School (KILAW) tenth annual international conference on the legal challenges posed by artificial intelligence, under the title: “Artificial Intelligence: Applications, Academic and Practical Legal Implications” on 1-2 May 2024.  

The symposium brings together legal experts from various international law schools and universities, and members of the judiciary to participate and debate new, qualitative, and distinguished research papers. The insights are based on critical and comparative study and seek to build a bridge between research and practice.

Suzanne will present her paper on the key AI usage scenarios that present policy issues and potential enforcement gaps through an assessment of existing data protection and data privacy regulation in the European Union, UK and internationally.

The event will bring together around 100 participants.  Other distinguished speakers are drawn from Algeria, Canada, China, Jordan, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Palestine, Qatar, Singapore, Turkey and the USA as well as the UK and the European Union.

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