THE END OF SECURITY AS WE KNOW IT?
Understanding the Security Challenges of Artificial Intelligence

Die Rhein-Main-Universitäten haben im Rahmen des Wissenschaftsjahres 2019 - Künstliche Intelligenz eine Veranstaltung zum Thema Künstliche Intelligenz und Sicherheit an der Hessischen Landesvertretung in Brüssel organisiert. Die Veranstaltung umfasste einen Workshop für Führungskräfte aus Europäischen Institutionen, ständigen Vertretungen und NGOs sowie eine öffentliche Podiumsdiskussion mit Vertretern der Rhein-Main-Universitäten.

Auf dem Podium saßen von links nach rechts: Eline Chivot (Center for Data Innovation), Prof. Christoph Burchard (Rechtswissenschaft/Goethe-Universität Frankfurt), Ruben-Erik Diaz-Plaja (NATO), Miguel Sanchez (DG CONNECT), Prof. Christopher Daase (Politikwissenschaft/Goethe Universität Frankfurt), Kai Rannenberg (Wirtschaftsinformatik/Goethe-Universität Frankfurt).


THE END OF SECURITY AS WE KNOW IT?

UNDERSTANDING THE SECURITY CHALLENGES OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Date: Wednesday, 25 September 2019
Time: 14.30 - 20.30
Location: Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU, Rue Montoyer 21, Brussels

In the context of the increasing integration of AI into the operations of governments and business policy professionals have to cope with potential security challenges of AI. The event provides a concise overview on the security challenges in the fields of data protection, cybersecurity, law, business, society and international politics.

The invitation is available here.

Please register for the
- WORKSHOP via https://eu.hessen.de/AlWorkshop by 17 September 2019.
- PUBLIC DEBATE via https://eu.hessen.de/SciencePolicyTalk by 23 September 2019.


PROGRAMME

14.30 – 18.30 
WORKSHOP

19.00 – 20.30 
PUBLIC DEBATE

The event will be followed by a reception.


14:30-18:30 WORKSHOP

Understanding the Security Challenges of AI

Senior policy professionals will discuss salient security challenges of AI with experts in three small groups discussions of 60 minutes each. After one hour of discussion the policy professionals move to a different table. In doing so they will be acquainted with different perspectives and approaches to the security challenges of AI.

Welcome address:
Jan Schonebeck
Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU
Rolf van Dick
Vice President, Goethe-University Frankfurt

Participating professors from Goethe University Frankfurt:
Christopher Daase, International Relations;
Rolf van Dick, Social Psychology;
Kai Rannenberg, Business Informatics as well as

Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, IT Security, Technical University Darmstadt,
Raluca Csernatoni, European Security and Counter-Terrorism, Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Carnegie Europe,
Gianclaudio Malgieri, Law Science, Technolgy and Society, Vrije Universiteit Brussel,
Niklas Schörnig, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt.

The CVs of participating experts and their take away messages are available here.

The workshop is for senior policy professionals only.

Please Register for the workshop via https://eu.hessen.de/AlWorkshop by 17 September 2019.


19:00-20:30 PUBLIC DEBATE

THE END OF SECURITY AS WE KNOW IT?
Understanding the Security Challenges of AI

Welcome address:
Jan Schonebeck
Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU
Prof. Dr. Rolf van Dick
Vice President, Goethe-University Frankfurt

Panelists
Christoph Burchard, Law, Goethe University Frankfurt
Christopher Daase, International Relations, Goethe University Frankfurt
Kai Rannenberg, Business Informatics, Goethe University Frankfurt
Ruben-Erik Diaz-Plaja, NATO
Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, IT Security, Technical University Darmstadt
Despina Spanou, DG CONNECT

Chair
Eline Chivot, Center for Data Innovation

Please register for the public debate via https://eu.hessen.de/SciencePolicyTalk by 23 September 2019.


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