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Conference "AI and Human Rights : Threats and Opportunities

HEAD Law School is honored to receive Mr. Perry Keller for an outstanding lecture


On the initiative of Constantin Pavléas, Attorney at Law, Founder of Pavleas Law Firm, Mr. Perry Keller, Reader in Media and Information at King's College London will hold the conference "Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights : Threats and Opportunities".

These threats may concern practices such as profiling, fake news, political advertising and electoral manipulations in the democratic world; Political and social scoring of citizens in China. Artificial Intelligence has tremendous promises and opportunities regarding politics, transport, health...

Mr. Perry Keller

Mr. Perry Keller is Reader in Media and Information Law at King’s College London and specialises in the areas of information privacy / data protection and freedom of expression. Having joined the Dickson Poon School of Law in 1994, he was Vice Dean of School (Education) from 2013 to 2016. Mr. Keller was previously a lecturer in law at the University of Manchester and a senior lecturer at King’s College. He received his first degree (BA) from the University of British Columbia and later received an LLB degree from Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, Ontario and finally an LLM degree from Harvard Law School. He also completed a two year postgraduate programme at Nanjing University in the Peoples' Republic of China. Before becoming an academic lawyer, Mr. Keller practiced law in Canada and was also employed by the Government of Hong Kong.

The discussion will be moderated by:                                       

Constantin Pavléas,
Member of the Paris Bar,
Specialized in Digital Technology Law
Founding Partner of Constantin Pavléas Avocats law firm
Coordinator of HEAD’s Digital Technology Law and Intellectual Property Program

Tuesday, April 9th 2019, 6:30-8:00 pm
HEAD Law School - 120 rue La Fayette - 75010 – Paris

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