The Legal and Ethical Issues in Artificial Intelligence Conference is scheduled for Friday, June 11. The conference is taking place as part of the 2021 Information Privacy Summer Institute hosted by The Center for Law + Innovation at the University of Maine School of Law in collaboration with Northeastern University’s Roux Institute and the Northeastern University School of Law. Pierce Atwood privacy attorney, Peter Guffin, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals’ (IAPP) General Counsel and privacy officer/DPO, Rita Heimes, organized the conference in their roles as faculty members at the University of Maine School of Law.
The conference features leading attorneys, data scientists, business executives, and academics from the US and EU to discuss law, policy, ethics, and careers. The conference will be emceed by Pierce Atwood privacy attorney, Ariel Pardee, and will held virtually. For more information or to register, please visit the event page.
In addition to participating in the Legal and Ethical Issues in Artificial Intelligence Conference, Ariel Pardee, will be co-hosting a conversation on Thursday, June 10 at 4:00 pm with Justin Weiss, Global Head of Data Privacy at Naspers & Prosus, about the practical considerations for privacy professionals working with artificial intelligence. This event is hosted by IAPP Northern New England KnowledgeNet. Ariel co-chairs the Northern New England KnowledgeNet chapter with Carissa Hanratty, Compliance Officer at AVANGRID, Inc. To register for this event, please visit IAPP’s website.