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DCU Law Research Centre Webinar Explores AI Regulation: Ireland, UK, and the EU

Date March 14, 2024 | Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm GMT | Venue: Zoom

The DCU Law Research Centre is thrilled to announce a dynamic webinar, “Regulating AI: Ireland, UK, and the EU,” scheduled for March 14, 2024, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm GMT. This virtual event, hosted on Zoom, promises an insightful exploration of AI regulation across these key jurisdictions.


Introduction and Greetings: Prof. Federico Fabbrini, Director of the Law Research Centre & DCU Brexit Institute, will open the webinar, setting the stage for a comprehensive discussion.

Presentation on Ireland and AI: Colin Rooney, Partner at Arthur Cox, will delve into the regulatory landscape of AI in Ireland, offering valuable insights and perspectives.

Presentation on UK and AI: Dr. Edina Harbinja, Reader at Aston University, Birmingham, will provide a detailed examination of the intersection between AI and regulation in the UK.

Presentation on EU and AI: Prof. Lilian Mitrou, Professor of Law at the University of the Aegean, Greece, will shed light on the EU’s stance and approach towards regulating AI.

Conclusion and Book Launch: Dr. Edoardo Celeste, Associate Professor of Law, Technology, and Innovation, and Chair of the European Master in Law, Data, and AI (EMILDAI), will conclude the webinar and introduce the launch of ‘Data Protection and Digital Sovereignty Post-Brexit’ (Hart 2023).

This webinar is a unique opportunity to gain insights from renowned experts in the field, offering a comparative perspective on AI regulation. Whether you’re a legal professional, researcher, or student, this event will provide valuable information on the evolving landscape of AI regulations.

Don’t miss out on this engaging discussion! Register now to secure your spot and be part of this insightful webinar. Stay tuned for updates and further details on our website and social media platforms.

We look forward to your virtual presence at this enriching event!