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Legal perspective on the AI use in medicine

There are many advantages to using artificial intelligence (AI). Both the Member States and the European Commission are preparing legislation to regulate the application of AI. The European Commission press release reads: The Commission proposes new rules and actions to transform Europe into a global hub for trustworthy artificial intelligence (AI) (…) Thanks to the new regulation on artificial intelligence, Europeans will be able to trust what AI has to offer.

How the proposals to use AI, with the upcoming legislative changes in mind, will affect our right to privacy? Will it be a breakthrough on par with the 1890 Harvard Law Review sparking the debate on the right to privacy? How to use the potential of AI without bringing harm to oneself?


Michał Kosobudzki attorney-at-law, personal data protection officer. His interests include  the subject of personal data protection and the right to privacy, as well as social economy.


Michał Kosobudzki
The National Centre for Research and Development, Poland

Monday, 17 May 2021, 2:00-3:30 PM (CEST)

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