Protecting Refugees in the Mediterranean Area – The Role and Challenges of AI
Inaugural Seminar of Jean Monnet Chair in Mediterranean Digital Societies and Law "Digital Mare Nostrum", Alessandro Mantelero - Politecnico di Torino (2022-2025).
- 5 April 2022 at 4:00 PM
- Online. You can join the meeting at the following link.
The Chair aims to promote Mediterranean studies in computer law through an interdisciplinary cross-fertilisation, contributing to reducing the existing gap in the field of computer law that affects Mediterranean countries, which are often underrepresented in the global arena. The Chair wants to amplify the voice and participation of Mediterranean countries in the EU regulatory and policy debate. This will enrich the discussion at EU level through a focus on digital societies, benefiting from the significant scientific output in humanities and legal studies of Mediterranean countries with a positive interdisciplinary cross-fertilisation for the development of human-centric digital societies and AI.
- 16,15 – Presentation of the JM Chair and its activities
- 16,30 – Keynote
Eleftherios Chelioudakis, JM Chair in Mediterranean Digital Societies and Law – Advisory Board, Homo Digitalis (Greece)
- 16,50 – Panel
Massimo Marelli, Head of the Data Protection Office, International Committee of the Red Cross
Clementina Barbaro, Head, Youth Policy Division – Secretary to the Joint Council on Youth and the European Steering Committee for Youth, Council of Europe
Aaron Martin, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society and Assistant Professor in Maastricht University’s Humanitarian Action Programme
- 17,45 – Break
- 17,55 – Roundtable
Theodora Gazi, University of Athens, Lawyer
Bayram Selvi, The Turkish Red Crescent, Director of Migration Services
Chloé Berthélémy, European Digital Rights
- 18,40 – Q&A and discussion
More details can be found here.