Webinar: EU AI Act - From articles to action

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February 2024
4:00 pm
February 2024
5:00 pm
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The final draft of the EU AI Act is here. The stakes are high, with fines for companies of up to 7% of worldwide annual turnover for non-compliance. Customer trust is also on the line. Now is the time to prepare and manage AI risks responsibly.

Join our panel of lawyers for a discussion on the text and what it means for your organisation. We’ll cover everything you need to know and do leading up to the Act’s implementation.


Risk Classification: Understand the categories of AI systems in the Act and how to correctly classify your organisation’s systems.Key Requirements: Learn what the Act covers and what your organisation needs to do.

Best Practice and Actionable Tips: Find out how to get compliant with the Act.

Q&A: Get answers on the topics that most matter to you.This webinar is aimed at industry professionals, researchers, and anyone with a keen interest in the responsible and sustainable development of artificial intelligence.

Our Speakers

Cornelia Kutterer, Managing Director at Considerati; Senior Research Fellow at the Multidisciplinary Institute in Artificial Intelligence; Member of the AI Governance Center Advisory Board at IAPP

Cornelia is a seasoned Public Policy and Government Affairs Professional with over two decades of experience, and a diverse background in corporate, legal, NGO, and public sectors. In her current capacity as Managing Director of the Brussels office for Considerati, she leads their operations in policy and public affairs advice, legal services related to privacy and data legislation, and responsible AI Governance services.In parallel with her role at Considerati, she is also engaged as a Senior Research Fellow at the Multidisciplinary Institute in Artificial Intelligence at the University Grenoble-Alpes, reflecting her commitment to academic and professional excellence.

Cornelia contributes to the responsible AI governance space through her involvement with the OECD expert group on AI risk assessment, the AI Governance Board of the IAPP and the creation of a new NGO, and to tech and EU law more generally through the Digital Constitutionalism and Policy (DICOPO) Centre. With expertise in privacy, AI, cloud computing, IP, telecom and other tech-related fields, she specialises in creating strategies and campaigns that align with business objectives while adeptly managing regulatory complexities.

Dan Nechita, Head of Cabinet MEP Dragos Tudorache at European Parliament.

Dan is currently responsible for the Artificial Intelligence Act (Regulation, co-rapporteurship). He previously covered shadowships on Europol (Regulation); the Data Act (Regulation), the Future of EU-US Relations (INI report); AI use by police and judicial authorities (INI report); EU-NATO cooperation (INI report); and LIBE opinions on the NIS II directive, the Data Governance Act, European Strategy for Data, Removing barriers to the functioning of the single market, AI in civil and military uses, Ethical aspects of AI, robotics and related technologies. Prior to his role as Head of Cabinet MEP, Dan served as State Counselor for the Prime Minister of Romania, Dacian Ciolos.

Peter Schildkraut, Senior Counsel at Arnold and Porter’s Technology, Media & Telecommunications.

Peter is a co-leader of the Arnold and Porter's Technology, Media & Telecommunications industry team. He provides strategic counsel on AI regulation and risk management as well as spectrum use, broadband, and other TMT regulatory matters. Peter helps clients navigate the ever-changing opportunities and challenges of technology, policy, and law to achieve their business objectives at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and elsewhere. He is the author of "AI Regulation: What You Need To Know To Stay Ahead of the Curve" and was the U.S. AI regulation presenter for the International Association of Privacy Professionals' first-ever AI Governance Training.

Ryan Donnelly, Chief Executive Officer of Enzai Technologies

Ryan is one of the founders of Enzai, a company on a mission to ensure that powerful AI technologies can fulfil their true potential. Enzai’s AI governance platform helps organisations manage AI risk through policy and organisational controls - allowing users to engender trust in, and scale, their AI systems. Before founding Enzai, Ryan worked as a corporate lawyer in London at some of the world’s leading law firms including Allen & Overy LLP and Akin Gump Strass Hauer & Feld LLP. Ryan is based in Belfast.

Moderated by Max Cluer, Founders' Associate at Enzai Technologies

Max leads Enzai’s business development operations across existing and new customers. Previously, he worked in private capital advisory, aiding leading private market funds and institutional investors.

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