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    Going Global: Seeking Redress against Digital Harms beyond the US

    12:30 PM EDT

    Global cooperation has become more important than ever when it comes to defending digital rights. With AI being developed and driven by some of the world’s largest multinational corporations, finding local redress for digital rights violations is becoming increasingly complex–especially as key companies driving the development of AI, including many leading American companies, are domiciled outside the United States.

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    This webinar provides an overview of the pitfalls of AI and explores pathways to seeking redress for AI-related human rights harms in international/foreign jurisdictions.

    This webinar is part six of six in our latest webinar series, AI and the Legal Profession: Navigating Opportunities and Challenges. Please visit the series webpage at ambar.org/ai-series for additional information.

    Speakers:

    • Eva Buzo  – Executive Director, Victim Advocates International
    • Nilesthra Padayachee – Director, Richard Spoors Attorneys
    • Paige Collings – Senior Speech and Privacy Activist, Electronic Frontier Foundation
    • Daniel Holznagel – Judge, Court of Appeal in Berlin (Kammergericht), Germany


    Co-Moderators:

    • Daniel Appelman  – Chair, CRSJ International Human Rights Committee; Council Member, ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice
    • Rubin Roy – Co-Founder & Co-Director of The Medicine, Equity, and Technology Initiative; Member, AI & Economic Justice Project, ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice

    If you are unable to attend the webinar live, you can view the program on our YouTube Channel immediately after the program. Once complete, we will send an email notifying all registrants when the program webpage is finalized, including both the recording and resources from the panelists.

    The content of this program does not meet the requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for participating.

    Event Details

    Duration

    90

    Format

    Webinar

    Date

    Jul 16, 2024

    2024-07-16T12:30:00-04:00 2024-07-16T14:00:00-04:00 Going Global: Seeking Redress against Digital Harms beyond the US

    Global cooperation has become more important than ever when it comes to defending digital rights. With AI being developed and driven by some of the world’s largest multinational corporations, finding local redress for digital rights violations is becoming increasingly complex–especially as key companies driving the development of AI, including many leading American companies, are domiciled outside the United States.

    Sponsors

    Artificial Intelligence Task Force

    Co-sponsors

    Center for Public Interest Law

    Criminal Justice Section

    Hispanic Legal Rights and Responsibilities

    Section of Intellectual Property Law

    Section of State and Local Government Law

    Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

    Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division

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