MNLU Mumbai: First International Workshop Cum Seminar On 'Artificial Intelligence & Data Protection'


18 Oct 2023 5:57 AM GMT

  • MNLU Mumbai Virtual Summit | Gender | Data | Technology
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    About MNLUM:

    MNLU Mumbai established under the Maharashtra National Law University Act 2014 on 20th March 2014, is one of the premier National Law Universities in India. The Act envisaged to establish National L aw University in Maharashtra to impart advanced legal education and promote society-oriented research in legal studies for the advancement of societal life of the people in the country.

    About CICTL:

    The Centre for Information, Communication, Technology and Law aims to be a hub of excellence in generating and disseminating knowledge concerning the interrelationship between technology and law across the globe. The main objectives of the centre are to study the and challenges in the digital society from a legal perspective, facilitate a dialogue between experts, leaders and researchers in law and technology domain, work in collaboration between national and international research centres and provide consultancy to professionals, non-profit organizations, and public agencies in the techno-legal field.

    Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming our world, impacting various aspects of our lives. In today’s technocracy, it is all-pervasive. From enhancing business operations to influencing decision-making processes and automating tasks across multiple sectors-AI is omnipresent. AI and Data protection are two important fields that are increasingly intersecting each other. As AI technology continues to advance, it raises important ethical questions about the use of personal data and the potential for bias in AI systems. It presents a complex, often opaque landscape, raising concerns about the potential violation of fundamental rights. In this context, there is an urgent need to explore the two critical dimensions: the regulation of data used to train, develop, improve, and control AI-and the use of AI in regard to certain data on the other hand. The need of the hour is to examine the implications of AI on data protection and vice versa through the lens of the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Understanding the German and the European Perspective will give a broader perspective to understand the scope of existing legislation like Digital Personal Data Protection Act 2023 in India.


    October 28th, 2023, | 11am-4pm

    Mode: Online


    Registration Fees: 1180/-

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    Contact Number: +91 9129485814

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