Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs
HEARING ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN CRIMINAL LAW AND ITS USE BY THE POLICE AND JUDICIAL AUTHORITIES IN CRIMINAL MATTERS
Thursday 20 February 2020, 14.00 – 17.30
Room: Joszef Antall Building (JAN) 4Q2
Order of business
14h05 - 14h10 Opening remarks by Juan Fernando López Aguilar, Chair of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs of the European Parliament
14h10 - 14h25 Introductory remarks by Mr Jan Kleijssen, Director, Information Society and Action against Crime Directorate, Council of Europe.
The State of Play: general presentation of benefits and risk
14h25 – 15h20
14h25 - 14h33 Mr Irakli Beridze, Head of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, United Nations, UNICRI
14h34 - 14h42 Mr Philippe Ammann, Head of Strategy and Development Unit in EUROPOL.
14h43 - 14h51 Mr Patrick Williams, co-Author of the report “Data-Driven Policing: The hardwiring of discriminatory policing practices across Europe” (with Mr Eric Kind), European Network against Racism AISBL.
14h52 - 15h20 Exchange of views with LIBE Members.
Two examples of AI use: Facial recognition and predictive policing
15h20 – 16h25
II-A- Facial recognition
15h21 - 15h29 Mr Tamas Molnar, Legal Research Officer – Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA), on its report on “Facial Recognition technology: Fundamental Rights considerations in Law Enforcement”.
15h30 - 15h39 Mr Bertrant Pailhes, Director of Technologies and Innovation - Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL)
II-B- Predictive policing
15h40 - 15h49 Mr Alexander Babuta, co-author of the briefing paper on “Data Analytics and Algorithmic Bias in Policing”, Research Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI).
15h50 - 15h58 Ms Andrea Nill Sanchez. Executive Director at AI now Institute
15h59 - 16h25 Exchange of views with LIBE Members.
Artificial Intelligence in criminal law, ethics and regulation
16h25 – 17h15
16h25 - 16h33 Ms Nino Bakakuri, Judge in the Georgian Supreme Court and Member of the CEPEJ-GT-QUAL Group of the Council of Europe, Presentation of the “European Ethical Charter of the use of AI in judicial systems” - Council of Europe.
16h34 - 16h42 Mr Ronald Leenes, Professor of Regulation by technology, Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society - Tilburg University.
16h43 - 16h51 Ms Nathalie Smuha, Observer at the European Commission´s High Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (HLEG on AI), Assistant Lecturer, Katoliek Universitet Leuven (KUL).
16h52 - 17h15 Exchange of views with LIBE Members.
17.00 - 17.30
17h15 - 17h25 Mr Wojciech Wiewiórowski, European Data Protection Supervisor.
17h25- 17h30 Closing remarks by Juan Fernando López Aguilar, Chair of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs of the European Parliament
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