The Compliant AI Product in Germany / EU
Next course: 27.11.2023
- Short Intro (Generative) AI
- AI Applications
- Generative AI Strategies for Corporates
- AI Project Management
- AI Ethics, Frameworks and Organizational Options
- Data Protection and GDPR
- AI Discrimination
- Liability for AI Products
- IP, Copyright and Open Source licenses
- EU AI Act
- EU Data Act and Digital Markets Act (DMA)
- Practical Tips and Discussions
- AI Tools
This course should form our perspective be suitable for mandatory further training in accordance with § 15 FAO.
Ultimately, however, this decision is left to the respective chambers.
|Audience:||Entrepreneurs, Product Management, Marketing & Sales, Investors, Venture Capital Funds|
|Duration:||Compact course (1,5 days)|
|Price:||€ 1.800,- on site excl. VAT|
€ 1.500,- online excl. VAT
Experts for this course:
Prof. Dr. Philipp Hacker
Dr. Philipp Schlenkhoff
Dr. Sven Schmeier
The next dates:
21. & 22. September 2023
27. & 28. November 2023
3 Plätze verfügbar
“The Compliant AI Product Launch in Germany / EU”, a pivotal seminar crafted for everyone involved in bringing a generative AI product to market, with little if any legal knowledge. This comprehensive seminar equips you to navigate the labyrinth of AI and its confluence with law, covering aspects from AI liability, GDPR, discrimination, the AI Act, and beyond.
Make your AI product a success with “The Compliant AI Product Launch in Germany / EU “. Equip yourself with the knowledge and confidence to plan, build, execute and steer through the process of bringing an AI product to market and avoid costly drawbacks due to the intricacies of AI related legal challenges.
To create some common ground, your journey begins with an in-depth understanding of AI and generative AI. Engage with the workings of revolutionary products like ChatGPT and comprehend the legal implications they bring along. Grasp how AI can be broadly applied, identify patterns and uses, and learn about the strategic implications generative AI holds for corporates. Whether impacting core value creation processes or support processes, the influence of AI is undeniably significant.
As the seminar progresses, we delve into the practical aspects of AI applications development. From the intricacies of project management to the stages where legal advice becomes critical, we cover it all. Understand the various kinds of legal issues that might arise, and the best way to address them.
Next, we have the honor to host Prof. Dr. Philipp Hacker a distinguished law professor at the University of Frankfurt (Oder) who guides us through the complex intersection of AI, ethics, and law. After an introduction to AI and ethics, we explore organizational provisions and guidelines that can help preempt problems.
We then move to the heart of AI – Data. The seminar emphasizes data protection regulations, with a special focus on GDPR, always tying it back to the stages of AI project management. We also delve into the contentious subject of personal and personalizable data.
Subsequently, we tackle the thorny issue of bias and the resulting discrimination in AI. This is followed by an insightful session on product liability, an intriguing topic given AI’s probabilistic nature.
The seminar continues on the following day with a deep dive into IP and Copyright, acknowledging the role of open source licenses. Up next is a detailed explanation of the EU AI ACT followed by the EU Data Act, both legislative pieces not yet in force or finalized, but ones that are set to massively impact today’s product development decisions. We then discuss the EU DMA Digital Market Act.
After the information-rich sessions presented interactively, we facilitate an in-depth discussion on the impact and practical guidelines for implementing AI in a compliant way.
The seminar culminates with the demonstration and practical tips on tools that can be immediately implemented in your legal practice. For validation of your learning, we administer a short test, the successful completion of which awards you with our course certificate.
About the experts:
Prof. Dr. Philipp Hacker, LL.M. (Yale), a leading authority in the digital realm who is spearheading the intersection of Law and Technology. He holds the Chair for Law and Ethics of the Digital Society at the European New School of Digital Studies (ENS), at European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder). In 2021, he broadened his horizons as a Research Fellow at the Weizenbaum Institute for the Connected Society Berlin, a dynamic hub of innovative thought.
Before his influential role at ENS, Prof. Hacker carved out an illustrious career path that includes a stint as an AXA Postdoctoral Fellow at the Faculty of Law of Humboldt University of Berlin, a Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute, and an A.SK Fellow at WZB Berlin Social Science Center.
Prof. Hacker’s research is dedicated to exploring the frontier of law and technology. His interest in the implications of Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things has led him to delve deep into aspects of consumer protection, privacy rights, anti-discrimination measures, and a broad spectrum regulatory law.
A trusted advisor to many, Prof. Hacker’s insights and recommendations regularly shape the decisions of national and EU legislators, regulatory agencies, and industry leaders. For Reference see his expert testimony at the German Bundestag from May 2023: (Link: bundestag.de); and the conference he organized for the United Nations in July 2023 (https://aiforgood.itu.int/event/legal-and-technical-challenges-of-large-generative-ai-models/)
Conrad Schlenkhoff’s trajectory in the digital landscape intertwines a strategic mindset with a deep commitment to practical execution, notably in leadership and change management roles. As the COO of an intelligent mobility software start-up, he gained firsthand experience in bridging visionary ideas with tangible, AI-enhanced applications.
His previous roles at Oetker Digital and Hubert Burda Media equipped him with a multifaceted perspective, balancing operational rigors with the ever-evolving challenges of technological innovation and organizational transformation.
On the academic front, Conrad has consistently sought depth and breadth. He earned an Honours Degree in Technology Management from the Center for Digital Technology and Management (CDTM) and pursued a Master’s in Business Administration from LMU Munich. Additionally, he enriched his academic insights with selected MBA courses and a research stay at Columbia Business School.
Above all, Conrad is a bridge between strategy and execution, with a deep understanding of AI’s evolving role in the digital era. His diverse experiences make him an excellent communicator, able to moderate and guide discussions with insight and nuance.