In this lecture, Mireille Hildebrandt will reflect on what it means to develop legal norms to constrain the development, provision and deployment of computational systems. Legal norms are text-driven, whereas computational systems are driven by code and data. The integration of code- and data-driven systems in law (advanced legal search, prediction of judgment, rules as code) will be the litmus test of ‘regulating AI’.
Can ground-breaking legislation such as the proposed EU AI Act help to prevent legal systems from being turned into computational engines that decide the interpretation and application of the rules we live by?
The lecture is part of the IViR Lecture Series and takes place in hybrid form.
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