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Rijksuniversiteit Groningen/Campus Fryslân

Big Data, Peace and Justice: Potentials and Challenges

Wanneer:ma 17-09-2018 16:00 - 18:00
Waar:The Hague Humanity Hub, Fluwelen Burgwal 58, 2511 CJ, Den Haag

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

Introductory words
Ambassador Dr. Heidemaria Gürer, Austrian Ambassador to the Netherlands

Opening
Dr. Ferdinand Grapperhaus, Minister for Justice and Security

Panelists
Introduction by Eugen Freund, Member of the European Parliament (to be confirmed)

• Dr. Oskar Gstrein, University of Groningen
Data and surveillance and the justice sector

• Dr. Georg Krempl, Utrecht University
Machine learning AI in the service of peace and justice (to be confirmed)

• Dr. Gerhard Kunnert, Austrian Ministry for the constitution, reforms, deregulations and justice
Technicalities of data protection

• Representative of Ministry of Justice and Security (to be confirmed)

• Start Up from Maastricht University, Law & Tech Lab
Case Law Analytics

Moderator
Prof. Andrej Zwitter, Dean University College Fryslân, Director Data Research Centre, University of Groningen

Registration
Please send an e-mail to: stan.cortenbach@bmeia.gv.at

(limited number of seats available)