Is artificial intelligence a human rights issue?

Can Yeginsu is speaking at the European Parliament in Brussels today on the right to an effective remedy in the context of how to address Artificial Intelligence-related human-rights harms? He is joined by Professor Aimee Van Wynsberghe (Delft University of Technology) and Fanny Hidvegi (Access Now), both members of the European Commission’s High-Level Expert Group on AI, in a discussion moderated by Michał Boni, MEP and Member of the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. For further information please click here.

Can has a leading practice in administrative law, human rights, and public international law, with a particular expertise in human rights and technology. He is currently instructed for the Center for Democracy and Technology in Washington D.C. (leading Anthony Jones) in the proceedings before the Grand Chamber of the European Court of the Human Rights in Big Brother Watch & Others v the United Kingdom. In December of last year, Can was a speaker at the three day conference “Human Rights, Ethics and Artificial Intelligence: Challenges for the Next 70 Years of the Universal Declaration” hosted by the Carr Centre for Human Rights at Harvard University’s Kennedy School.