• January 26, 2023
  • Tallinn and Zoom
Concept note

Concept note

Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

For the international conference “Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights. From Humane Artifacts to Artificial Human“, Estonian Human Rights Centre has invited experts from around Europe to Tallinn to discuss the crucial interlink between artificial intelligence and human rights. 

During the critical exchange of ideas we will discuss topics like social change through AI, ethics and regulations, the potential, thresholds and limits of developing AI, the use of AI in war and policing, and how AI affects human rights and fundamental freedoms. As well as how to maintain humanity in the fast paced development of technology? How AI has changed over the previous years and what role it plays and could play in society in the future? What are the main challenges both legally and socially? How much can we trust AI (e.g. in critical processes)? Whether AI is a boon or bane in the context of cybersecurity and war? Or, what’s the future of privacy and data protection?

The conference is taking place on the 26th of January 2023. The goal of this conference is to create a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences on issues related to artificial intelligence and human rights, encourage collaboration and exchange of knowledge among public sector officials and entrepreneurs. 

The conference is organized by Estonian Human Rights Centre and funded by the Luminate Foundation.