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Demand for AI skills training leads to second round of AI webinars



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Fieldfisher's International Data & Privacy team has confirmed three further instalments of its interactive AI webinar series with speakers from across Europe.

The first AI webinar series kicked off with four key topics where teams from Europe and the USA looked at some of the most impactful issues for organisations with respect to AI, with a particular focus on the interplay between the European Union's Artificial Intelligence Act and GDPR.

The Act, which the European Union adopted in March 2024, is the first comprehensive legislation in the world which regulates the development, the use, and the deployment of AI systems.

Round two! Next series starts in May

Interest in the webinar series has been extremely high and the team has confirmed a second round of AI webinars starting on Thursday 23 May. 

The speakers are a truly international team, and they will be covering the following topics: 

  • 23 May 2024 - 8:00 am PT/4:00pm GMT/5:00pm CET

'Key contractual considerations for AI system procurement and successful implementation'

Speakers: Brussels-based partner Tim Van Canneyt, Munich-based Partner, Katharina Weimar and Brussels-based Associate Louis Vanderdonckt.

  • 4 June 2024 - 8:00 am PT/4:00pm GMT/5:00pm CET

'DPO and AI Officer: one and the same?'

Speakers: Vienna-based Partner Philipp Reinisch, London-based Partner Hazel Grant and Brussels-based Director Nathalie Poupaert.

  • 9 July 2024 - 8:00 am PT/4:00pm GMT/5:00pm CET

'How to leverage DPIAs for AI risk assessments?'

Speakers: London-based Partner Leonie Power, Milan-based Partner Diego Rigatti and London-based Director Nuria Pastor.

To register, sign up here.

Don't miss out – get AI savvy!

If you've missed out on any of the webinars so far, get AI-savvy by catching up:

Debunking the AI Act: an overview of the new legal framework

Generative AI: Privacy Risks & Challenges

Assessing "high risk AI systems" under the EU AI Act

AI Governance: What it is and what it should never be