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How Should and Can You Regulate Artificial Intelligence?

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is getting smarter and its applications are growing rapidly. But using machines that mimic our own intelligence is not without risks.

Originally posted by Amsterdam Business School.

In this episode of De Kwestie, Sander Denneman talks with Anton Ekker, guest lecturer at the Amsterdam Business School and lawyer at Ekker Advocatuur, and Joost van Houten, founder and CEO of Sentinels, about the question:

Is AI a friend or an enemy of the law?

De Kwestie podcast UvA Joost bannerHow do AI, Fintech, and the law balance between risk monitoring on the one hand, and privacy legislation on the other? What will change in AI legislation, and what is needed for this? And is it impossible to regulate AI in such a way that on the one hand you remove the risks, and on the other hand you do not stand in the way of progress and innovation? Is AI friend or enemy of the law?

Artificial intelligence is getting smarter and its applications are growing rapidly. But using machines that mimic our own intelligence is not without risks. How should you regulate artificial intelligence? How are Fintech companies responding to this regulation? We discuss this with Anton Ekker (guest lecturer at Amsterdam Business School and lawyer in the field of technology, AI and privacy) and Joost van Houten (founder and CEO of Sentinels) in this episode of De Kwestie.

To listen to the podcast (in Dutch), please click here.

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