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Big Data, Peace and Justice: Potentials and Challenges

September 17 @ 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Registration by email (details below).

Big Data is revolutionizing the Peace and Justice sector. Artificial intelligence applications for case law analytics, data analysis for decision making and other innovations accelerate the processes and responses but also confront us with ethical implications. The Austrian Embassy and Campus Fryslân in collaboration with The Hague Humanity Hub are inviting to an exciting event to explore the potentials and challenges of the data revolution for peace and justice with practitioners and academics.

Programme:

16.00: Introductory words: Heidemaria Gürer, Austrian Ambassador to the Netherlands

16.05: Opening by Ferdinand Grapperhaus, Minister for Justice and Security

16.15: Introduction by Eugen Freund, Member of the European Parliament

16.25 – 17.25: Plenary session

15 min pitches by

• Georg Krempl (Assistant Professor, Algorithmic Data Analysis Group, University Utrecht)
The Influence of Machine Learning
• Gerhard Kunnert (Austrian Ministry of Constitutional Affairs, Reforms, Deregulation and Justice)
General Data Protection Regulation and Big Data: The legal perspektive
• Remco Boersma (Project Leader Big Data, Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security)
Opportunities and Risks for Security and Justice
• Oskar Gstrein (Senior Researcher, Data Research Centre, University Groningen)
Governmental Surveillance: A blueprint for regulation

17.25-17.35: Q&A in the plenary

17.35-1745: Break for parallel session preparation

17.45-18.05: Parallel Sessions: legal innovators show-casing research and development

• Sheelagh Bouvier (Marketing Officer, LexIQ)
Legal is changing, are you?
• Gijs van Dijck (Professor of Private Law, Law and Tech Lab, Maastricht University)
Legal Empowerment Through Technology
• Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law – HiiL
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18.05-18.15: Andrej Zwitter (Professor of Governance and Innovation, University College Fryslan, University of Groningen)
The Road Ahead for Peace and Justice – Closing Words

18.15: Reception and Drinks

 

Registration for the event (limited number of seats available): stan.cortenbach@bmeia.gv.at

Details

Date:
September 17
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Event Category:
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Organizers

Austrian Embassy Den Haag
Campus Fryslân – University of Groningen
The Hague Humanity Hub

Venue

The Hague Humanity Hub
Fluwelen Burgwal 58
The Hague, Netherlands
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Details

Date:
September 17
Time:
4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Event Category:
Event Tags:

Organizers

Austrian Embassy Den Haag
Campus Fryslân – University of Groningen
The Hague Humanity Hub

Venue

The Hague Humanity Hub
Fluwelen Burgwal 58
The Hague, Netherlands
+ Google Map