The third edition of the Leuven AI Law and Ethics Conference (LAILEC) will take place on 25-26 March 2021.
The conference, organized by the KU Leuven Centre for IT & IP Law (CiTiP), gathers security experts in various fields, includes sector-specific panels, and proposes exclusive workshops. Particularly, this year’s topic explores the interplay between AI and cybersecurity in its significance in building trustworthy AI.
Elisabetta Biasin, a Researcher in Law at CiTiP, and member of the SAFECARE consortium, will be one of the speakers at the Healthcare cybersecurity panel on Day 2: ‘Regulating complexity: cybersecurity of AI-driven technology in the healthcare sector’. The panel will discuss the ethical and legal challenges of regulating cybersecurity for healthcare AI-driven technologies. Therein, Elisabetta will give a presentation on medical device cybersecurity regulatory challenges based on the research carried out in SAFECARE.
Should you be interested in finding more information about the panel and the conference, please visit this page.
Registration is free and can be done here.