CPH – High Tech Summit – by DTU

High Tech Summit

Be inspired. Get connected.

October 30 – 31 2019

Get ready to gain new knowledge at the leading Nordic high-tech fair.

 

Themes of 2019:

Industry 4.0 & Robotics

The fourth industrial revolution has arrived, making smart factories and cyber-physical systems the new norm. Novel concepts for automation are an essential part of Industry 4.0.

Big Data & Artificial Intelligence

Big Data refers to the analysis of large data sets to reveal patterns and trends, creating new business opportunities and smarter societal solutions. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the next generation of computerization. Big Data and AI are becoming increasingly integrated. While potential benefits are high, solutions need to address concerns over privacy and security.

Internet of Things

The Internet of Things enables physical devices to collect and exchange data in an automated way. Typically, the devices are embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network conductivity. The HTS 2018 will devote special attention to food and health cases and also to safe, ethical and socially responsible IoT solutions

Sustainable Energy, Environment & Climate

The main theme for High Tech Summit is digitization and digital transformation, which are the corner stones in DTU’s research. This year’s special focus area for High Tech Summit will be sustainability with a focus on energy, environment and climate. At DTU, we have an extensive focus on the area and High Tech Summit is a natural place to showcase it.

Business Inside Technology

While new potent technology is the very visible side of the fourth industrial revolution, innovative thinking within a given company is just as important. Corporations looking to get onboard Industry 4.0 need to assure that their organization is ready for the digital transformation.

Entrepreneurship

The fourth industrial revolution not only calls for new solutions within existing companies, but also promise vast opportunities for creating new companies tailor made for the digital future.

For the Global Goals

The United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) lay out the biggest global challenges such as health threats, food and water scarcity, discrimination and poverty. Technological development in collaboration between research and business is key to meeting these goals.

STHLM – Legal Tech Day – by LegalWorks

Join us for a full day of interactions and knowledge sharing about legal tech tools and the future role of lawyers and legal departments. Get ready to network with thought leaders, entrepreneurs and legal techies that are ready to transform the legal industry and work-life of lawyers.

The fifth edition of the event will take place on September 19, 2019, in central Stockholm. Last year was sold out so make sure that you will sign up for the event in time.

Agenda

08:15: Registration and breakfast

08:45: Welcome to Nordic Legal Tech Day – The Shift of the Legal Game
Opening words and presentation of the day by Anna Lensmar-Friedman, CEO of LegalWorks.

09:00: Keynote and panel, Legal Operations with Aine Lyons
Keynote speaker Aine Lyons (CLOC and VMWare), together with Richard Mabey (Juro), Christian Swartling (Stora Enso) and Ghislaine Gunge (UnitedLex) will discuss the topic of legal operations and its future within legal departments. Moderator is Leif Frykman.

10:00: Demo Session 1
Leading suppliers of legal technology will show case the latest technology in four tracks: AI, Contract management, Data protection and Legal Management.

10:00 – 14:00: The Startup Nordic Meet-up
As part of the event and new for this year, legaltech and regtech startups will join in a Nordic meet-up. In this separate part of the event, the Nordic startup community will share ideas on how we can promote innovation and make our startups to become successful. How legaltech and regtech can become more attractive to investors is a key topic. There will be a startup exhibition, a pitching session and a panel with investors and other stakeholders.

10:45: Coffee Break and Networking
Coffe break and time to explore the legal tech tools exhibition.

11:15: Demo Session 2
Leading suppliers of legal technology will show case the latest technology in four tracks: AI, Contract management, Data protection and Legal Management.

12:00: Lunch and Presentation of The Legal Innovation Prize 2019
12:45: Presentation of Nordic General Counsel Report 2019
The results from the 2019 Nordic GC Survey will be presented on stage, with a following discussion from our GC panel this year. Moderator: Anna Lensmar-Friedman.

13:30: Demo Session 3
Leading suppliers of legal technology will show case the latest technology in four tracks: AI, Contract management, Data protection and Legal Management.

14:15: Coffee Break and Networking
Coffe break and time to explore the legal tech tools exhibition.

15:00: Panel, Digital Inclusion in the Legal Industry
Panel discussion on the topic of digital inclusion. How do we secure the enabling all people within the legal field to have the digital skills, accessibility and confidence needed for the future role of the lawyer? What strategies and visions can we use for this?

16:00: Knowledge Sharing Sessions
Career tips for the lawyer with Anna Lensmar-Friedman (LegalWorks), Legal Design with SKYE Contracts, Privacy and GDPR with Tomas Jalling (PrivacyWorks) and Coding for lawyers.

16:45: Drinks, snacks and networking

Interested to join as an exhibitor or a start-up? Please use the non-binding application form below and we will soon be in touch with you.

To attend the event, please use the registration link below. 
The cost to attend is €295 (SEK 2995).
Early bird offer! If you sign up before May 31 the price is €195 (SEK 1950).
Members of Sveriges Bolagsjurister get 50% discount of all above prices.

Click here to sign up for Nordic Legal Tech Day 2019

CPH – Kunstig intelligens (AI) i det offentlige – juridiske cases – by Djøf

Du arbejder med digital forvaltning i dit daglige arbejde som leder, rådgiver, sagsbehandler eller deltager i digitaliseringsprojekter og lignende processer.

Du er formentlig jurist i den offentlige sektor, men du kan også være konsulent eller leverandør med et behov for et praktisk juridisk indblik i digitaliseringsprojekter.

På kurset får du:

  • kendskab til udfordringer og løsninger i arbejdet med kunstig intelligens i den offentlige sektor
  • styrket dine kompetencer til at foretage juridiske vurderinger af konkrete AI-projekter
  • indblik i brug af sagsdata i testmiljøer
  • indsigt i legalitetsvurdering af modeller før ibrugtagning til sagsbehandling.
  • indblik i det juridiske maskinrum i it- og digitaliseringsprojekter
  • brugbare cases og eksempler til dit daglige arbejde med projekter.

Kursets indhold

Kurset ’Kunstig intelligens (AI) i det offentlige – juridiske cases’ styrker dit arbejde med digital forvaltning gennem en casebaseret tour de force i de juridiske udfordringer ved at bruge kunstig intelligens i det offentlige og de mulige løsninger.

Kurset bygger på en offentligretlig teoretisk ramme, men giver dig samtidig et praktisk indblik i digitaliseringsprojekter. Fokus er på de udfordringer, som de erfarne undervisere er stødt på i forbindelse med konkrete IT-projekter.

CPH – Evaluation Seminar for PhD student Léonard Van Rompaey: Legal Disruption by Artificial Intelligence – by University of Copenhagen

All interested are kindly invited to participate in Léonard’s evaluation seminar of his PhD-project, entitled:

Legal Disruption by Artificial Intelligence: a Study of the Incompatibilities Between Law and Robots

A short, updated description of the project is available here.

“My research focuses on artificial intelligence’s legal disruption. Where does law fail to regulate robots? With very little deployment, we are already identifying legal challenges to the incorporation of artificial intelligence and autonomy in healthcare, transportation, warfare and many other areas of human activity. I try to identify and better understand the common denominators to the symptomatic disruptions that appear in various legal fields. The first common element is artificial intelligence, and I explore the exceptionalism of this technology in comparison to previous innovative disruptions. The second common element is the law itself.

I try to expose law as a deeply anthropocentric concept, using tools from cognitive neurosciences, behavioural economics and theory of law. When we try to regulate robots as objects (as we do with cars) the law fails to acknowledge the agency of the robot, which intervenes actively—not randomly or predictably—on the outcome from the action. When we try to regulate robots as agents, tensions and abrasions appear because of the human nature of law, a tool made by and for human beings and curtailed to constraining our behaviour. To address those theoretical and conceptual questions of incompatibility between the law and robotics is foundational to find answers to the symptomatic occurrences of AI legal disruption.”

The seminar takes place on Thursday 6 June 2019 from 10:00-12:00, meeting room 6B-4-04, Njalsgade 76, 4th floor, DK-2300 Copenhagen S 

External commentator at the seminar is: Bryan Druzin (CUHK)

Supervisor of the project, Hin-Yan Liu, will act as chair of the seminar.

All interested parties are welcome!

The seminar will be held in English

CPH – FutureLegal 2019 – by ComputerWorld and ComplyCloud

FutureLegal giver dig viden og inspiration til at imødegå fremtiden for juridiske ydelser

Digitaliseringen og de teknologiske muligheder er flyttet ind i advokatbranchen og hos virksomhedernes juridiske afdelinger. Samtidig er LegalTech-industrien for alvor begyndt at spire frem på samme måde, som vi så FinTech gøre det for ca. fem år siden.

På FutureLegal får du den bedste indsigt i, hvordan de teknologiske muligheder og udviklingen i markedet udnyttes bedst. Konferencens oplæg tæller som obligatorisk efteruddannelse for advokater, og der uddeles kursusbeviser. Programmet byder blandt andet på:

Service design for juridiske ydelser
​Mulighederne for corporate incubation
Pitch fra førende LegalTech startups
Etiske overvejelser ved brug af AI
…og meget mere.

Register with the code “nordiclegal” to get a nice discount of 1,000 DKK.

HEL – SingularityU Nordic Summit

For the first time in Finland, the SingularityU Nordic Summit will be held at Finlandia Hall in Helsinki on May 27 & 28, 2019.

Over two epic days, more than one thousand Nordic leaders, innovators and changemakers dive into the latest in artificial intelligence, the future of health, living, and work as well as digital biology, data ethics, privacy and cybersecurity, corporate innovation, impact leadership and much more.

Attendees are primarily top executives, but also government officials, entrepreneurs, investors, NGOs, educational institutions, and impact leaders from all across the Nordics. Join 1,000+ leaders and change makers at the SingularityU Nordic Summit in Helsinki and explore how to RE:think exponential technology and impact leadership for 10x business.

CPH – 5th IBA Global Entrepreneurship Conference: The Nordic Model – Rising up to the Global Challenge – by the International Bar Association

The Nordic Region is known for the so-called Nordic model (or Nordic capitalism), in which comprehensive welfare states and progressive societies go hand in hand with free market and trade, and provide for a high standard of living. The Nordics also are renown for housing leading players in numerous business areas, such as food, high tech, medical / life sciences, design and oil. Last not least, the region stands as a model for sustainable development and
for work-life balance.

To facilitate continued innovation and growth of start-ups Nordic governments strive to support entrepreneurship. EU’s Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) 2018 (https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/desi) has Denmark as the front runner followed by Sweden and Finland. Headed by Denmark the Nordic countries form the most digital region in the EU. Copenhagen is, thus, the perfect venue to explore how digitalisation already has disrupted and will further affect various business sectors – and for asking what role the human factor will have in the post-digitalised business world and society.

As in the past, the Conference will combine lively panel discussions lead by entrepreneurs and industry speakers with interactive workshops on practice areas of general interest.

Topics will include:

  • Data protection and data security / hacking
  • AI / Machine
  • Blockchain technology / crypto currencies
  • Trends and innovation in the M&A process and in the funding of SME’s
  • Governance and structural issues for innovative and fast growing closely held companies
  • How disruption and AI will improve the life of lawyers.

The legendary ‘Closely Held’ spirit and social events will provide, once again, for an unforgettable networking experience.

CPH – Brug af Kunstig Intelligens – Retlige Udfordringer og Muligheder – by Kammeradvokaten

Kurset giver et overblik over de juridiske rammer for udviklingen og brugen af A.I.-løsninger. Fokus er navnlig på den nye databeskyttelsesforordnings krav til sådanne løsninger.

UDBYTTE

På kurset i brugen af kunstig intelligens får du et grundlæggende overblik over mulighederne og de juridiske rammer for brug af A.I. i den offentlige og private sektor.

Du får bl.a.:

  • Indsigt i hvordan de forskellige former for A.I. fungerer
  • Overblik over A.I.-løsningers anvendelse i praksis i dag
  • Konkrete værktøjer og metoder for indbygget databeskyttelse ved udvikling og brug af kunstig intelligens (privacy by design)
  • Anbefalinger for til udarbejdelse af konsekvensanalyser (DPIA’s) for A.I.-løsninger

INDHOLD

Kunstig intelligens – eller Artificial Intelligence (”A.I.”) – anvendes allerede i dag i vidt omfang i mange forskellige sammenhænge. Teknologien står over for et gennembrud og både danske virksomheder og offentlige myndigheder investerer massivt i A.I. til brug for alt fra f.eks. ansættelse af medarbejdere, kontrol og snydbekæmpelse samt forberedelse eller afgørelse af sager.

Selvom teknologien har et enormt potentiale, møder udviklingen og brugen af A.I.-løsninger dog også retlige udfordringer. Løsningerne kræver ofte et enormt datagrundlag for at kunne fungere (big data) og vil typisk indebære behandling af personoplysninger. Navnlig skal databeskyttelse tænkes ind i løsningerne fra start i overensstemmelse med reglerne om privacy by design i den nye databeskyttelsesforordning. Offentlige myndigheder skal tillige være opmærksom på at overholde de almindelige forvaltningsretlige grundsætninger såsom hjemmelsprincippet samt forvaltningslovens sagsbehandlingsregler m.v.

Kurset giver et overblik over de juridiske rammer for udviklingen og brugen af A.I.-løsninger. Fokus er navnlig på den nye databeskyttelsesforordnings krav til sådanne løsninger.

EMNER ER BL.A.:

  • Overblik over de forskellige former for A.I. – stærk/svag A.I., data mining, deep learning, neurale netværk, prediktiv analyse til at forudsige adfærd etc.
  • Hvor anvendes A.I. i praksis i dag hos offentlige myndigheder og private virksomheder, f.eks. til tilsyn, snyd- og svigbekæmpelse, markedsføring, afgørelse eller tilrettelæggelse af sager, ansættelser samt analyseformål m.v.?
  • Hvad er mulighederne for at træffe fuldautomatiske afgørelser med brug af A.I.?
  • Privacy by design og konsekvensanalyse (DPIA): Hvilke særlige databeskyttelsesretlige udfordringer skal håndteres i en A.I.-løsning, herunder bl.a.
    • at de grundlæggende principper om formålsbegrænsning og dataminimering overholdes
    • at der ikke sker ulovlig forskelsbehandling af de registrerede (indbygget bias i beslutningsgrundlaget)
    • at de registrerede og andre kan få indsigt i beslutningsgrundlaget og ”logikken” i løsningen (transparens og systemdokumentation) – det såkaldte ”black box”-problem
  • Hvordan føres tilsyn med algoritmerne?

TILMELDING

Tilmeld dig her. Pris ekskl. moms 4.995,-

 

Lund – The Future of Law – by Tech Academy Lund

Tech Academy is a unique two-day program and the first of its kind at Lund University. It is tailored to law students at the Law Faculty at Lund University attending master courses (minimum T5) interested in innovative and emerging technologies such as Artificial intelligence, Blockchain and Smart contracts.

You will be introduced to a framework and strategies for solving some of the legal issues that arise when new technology is implemented within different industries when put into practical business use.

Tech Academy aims to provide law students with a fresh perspective on how to think differently about the world of tech law and in embracing the challenges that comes with the future of digitalization. If you are a student at the Law Faculty and have finished your fourth semester, you have the opportunity to participate in this program which will be hosted between 9-10 May 2019.

The program is offered by the Law Faculty at Lund University, the Law Students association (Juridiska Föreningen Lund) and Julian Nowag, Director of the European Business Law Master Program.

Registration

To apply for this two day event please submit cv and a personal letter. To be eligible, you must have finished at least T5 or attend any of the masters program at the faculty of Law. The personal letter should motivate why you would like to take part in this event (300 words max).

The application is sent to info@techacademylund.com before April 1, 2019. Please note that seminars are mandatory and if you are given a spot to the academy it is expected to attend all events.

CPH – Expert Speakers Series on Law and Artificial Intelligence – talk by Roger Brownsword – by University of Copenhagen

In the opening talk of the Expert Speakers Series on Law and Artificial Intelligence, we are delighted to have Professor Roger Brownsword present his latest book: Law, Technology and Society.

This book considers the implications of the regulatory burden being borne increasingly by technological management rather than by rules of law. If crime is controlled, if human health and safety are secured, if the environment is protected, not by rules but by measures of technological management—designed into products, processes, places and so on—what should we make of this transformation?

In an era of smart regulatory technologies, how should we understand the ‘regulatory environment’, and the ‘complexion’ of its regulatory signals? How does technological management sit with the Rule of Law and with the traditional ideals of legality, legal coherence, and respect for liberty, human rights and human dignity? What is the future for the rules of criminal law, torts and contract law—are they likely to be rendered redundant? How are human informational interests to be specified and protected? Can traditional rules of law survive not only the emergent use of technological management but also a risk management mentality that pervades the collective engagement with new technologies? Even if technological management is effective, is it acceptable? Are we ready for rule by technology?

Undertaking a radical examination of the disruptive effects of technology on the law and the legal mind-set, Roger Brownsword calls for a triple act of re-imagination: first, re-imagining legal rules as one element of a larger regulatory environment of which technological management is also a part; secondly, re-imagining the Rule of Law as a constraint on the arbitrary exercise of power (whether exercised through rules or through technological measures); and, thirdly, re-imagining the future of traditional rules of criminal law, tort law, and contract law.

Read more about the book

Time:  8 May 2019, 13:00-15:00

Venue: Conference/Flex room, ground floor, room 8A-0-57, Njalsgade 76, 2300 Copenhagen S

Registration

For participation in the event please use this registration form no later than 6 May 2019 12:00.