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Lunch seminar on taking stock of the EU’s digital agenda

Seminar — Are you interested in the EU’s Digital Agenda? Then this seminar on the 12th of June is for you. Come and discuss the EU’s regulation of AI and algorithms.


Date & Time:

Faculty of Law, Conference/flex room, ground floor, room 8A.0.57, South Campus, Njalsgade 76, DK-2300 Copenhagen S

Hosted by:
WorkWel & WELMA - Centre for Legal Studies in Welfare and Market


Exploring the strengths, weaknesses and interconnections of the Digital Services Act, AI Act, Data Act and the Platform Work Directive

The seminar aims to provide a general picture taking stock of key legislative initiatives under the EC’s Digital Agenda that seek to strengthen the data economy.

It will cover the Digital Services Act, emphasizing the crucial elements required for effective enforcement. It will explore three legislative proposals and their implications for human rights, social, and labour dimensions: (1) the ‘Data Act’, which aims aim of ensuring fairness in the allocation of value from data among actors in the data economy and unlock its potential in sectors such as science, health or climate; (2) AI Act, that sets harmonised rules for the development, placement on the market and use of AI systems and, (3) the Platform Work Directive, which seeks to improve the working conditions of platform workers.

Join us as we explore the multifaceted dimensions of these significant developments in the EU’s digital landscape.

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