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In our short webinar, Benedikt Fuchs from Cloudflight and lawyer Claudia Otto will talk with you about adversarial attacks and the liability of artificial intelligence.
Our webinar refers to the draft of the planned EU regulation, which is to introduce strict liability for autonomous vehicles and traffic management systems. The draft was introduced by the European Parliament at the end of April 2020. The regulation expressly provides that strict liability will also apply in the event of intervention by a third party.
The following questions are clarified in detail:
- What do cyberattacks mean for manufacturers and AI operators under current law and jurisdiction?
- What will change in the wake of the currently discussed EU regulation, which is intended to introduce strict liability for autonomous vehicles (automation levels 4 and 5 according to SAE J3016) and autonomous traffic management systems?
- How can hackers manipulate artificial intelligence and neural networks?
- How secure is data used for training?
- How can we protect ourselves against cyber attacks?
Benedikt Fuchs is a data scientist at Cloudflight, an end-to-end service provider for customized software, and an expert in artificial intelligence in the field of natural language processing. Claudia Otto is an independent lawyer working at the interface of law and technology and offers legal support in the areas of FinTech, LegalTech and/or (product) innovation.