Beginning Tuesday, 08 September 2020 15:00
End Tuesday, 08 September 2020 16:30
Location Online Webinar
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With artificial intelligence becoming more integrated into our daily lives, the topic of AI is more important than ever before. We are delighted to welcome German MEP Axel Voss to our fascinating upcoming webinar on Artificial Intelligence, Liability and Copyright.

Axel is the EPP coordinator on the Committee on Legal Affairs. He has been the shadow rapporteur for various copyright -related directives such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and the Passenger Name Record Directive. He has also recently published a manifesto on European digital policy which calls for the continued development of capacities in areas such as AI.

This webinar will help provide an expert and qualified opinion about the future of AI in regards to the European Union.


MEP | European Parliament

Axel Voss is a trained lawyer, lecturer and current MEP. Upon re-election as the Member of the European Parliament in 2014, Mr. Voss became a Vice-Chair of the Committee on Legal Affairs. He gave up the Vice-Chair in the Committee on Legal Affairs to become Coordinator for the EPP Group in January 2017.  He is substitute member in the Committee of Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs; and furthermore was appointed Vice-Chair of the Delegation for Relations with Australia and New Zealand.

Already during his first legislative term as MEP (2009-2014), the European Data Protection Package was a crucial element of his parliamentary work. He further focuses on the PNR dossiers, the NSA Inquiry Committee and European criminal law as well as EU relevant judiciary topics.

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