AI Human rights

2022 November 11 (Online event)


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International e-conference on Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights, where:

  • Leading researchers and scholars from Eastern Europe will share their insights;
  • Recent AI innovations, trends, and challenges to human rights will be addressed;
  • AI challenges explained by legal scholars in a lawyer-friendly language;
  • Essential issues, such as AI applications in war, reproduction, healthcare, media, surveillance, and privacy will be discussed;


Fundamental Rights Implications of Artificial Intelligence

Dr. David Rachel is a project manager at the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). He is responsible for managing FRA's research on artificial intelligence and on online content moderation, resulting in several reports, such as FRA’s report on artificial intelligence and fundamental rights ‘Getting the future right’. Prior to joining FRA in 2014, he worked for several years at the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD). In addition, he has been teaching several university courses on human rights, migration and research methodology. He has published numerous articles, working papers and book chapters on issues related to human rights, migration and citizenship.

David Reichel
Prof. Paulius Pakutinskas

AI applications to reproductive choices and human rights

Prof. Dr. Paulius Pakutinskas, Professor and Head of LegalTech LLM programme at Mykolas Romeris University, Board member of Artificial Intelligence Association of Lithuania. Experienced Senior Legal Executive with a demonstrated history of working in the telecommunications industry. 

Invisible AI interference and human rights

Dr. Yulia Razmetaeva is an Associate Professor of the Human Rights and Legal Methodology Department and a Head of the Center for Law, Ethics and Digital Technologies at Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University (Ukraine) She is also visiting researcher in Uppsala University (Sweden). Yulia is the author of the books “Human Rights as a Fundamental Value of Civil Society” (2013) and “Doctrine and Practice of Human Rights Protection” (2018), as well as the author of more than 100 scientific and analytical publications devoted to human rights in the digital age, artificial intelligence, and challenges of digitization. Her current researches into the deep implications of algorithmization were supported by The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (KVA) and by the Marcus and Amalia Wallenberg Foundation with project affiliated with The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society (WASP-HS).

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Yulia Razmetaeva
Prof. dr. Justinas Žilinskas

Artificial intellect on the battlefield: do robots need to learn International Humanitarian Law?

Prof. Dr. Justinas Žilinskas, Professor at Mykolas Romeris University

Algorithms as content curators

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Marta Cantero Gamito is an Associate Professor in Information Technology Law at the University of Tartu and Research Fellow at the School of Transnational Governance (European University Institute). She is interested in the private governance and regulation of technology with a focus on artificial intelligence and Democracy.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Marta Cantero Gamito
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Renata Marcinauskaitė

Surveillance technologies and privacy protection

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Renata Marcinauskaitė, Associate Professor at the Institute of Criminal Law and Procedure (Mykolas Romeris University)

Artificial intelligence: Healthcare technology trends and legal challenges thereof

Assist. Prof. Dr. Karina Palkova is Assist. prof. and lead researcher at Riga Stradinš university, as well an Attorney at Law working in the field of health and medical law, providing professional services to medical institutions, medical personnel, patients, as well as companies operating in the field of medical law. In 2020, Karīna acquired the status of an expert in law in the Latvian Science Council. Karina regularly speaks at both local and international conferences with presentations on current issues in the field of health and medical law, as well as on the modern regulation of artificial intelligence and robot technologies and their implementation in the field of health. In 2020 Karina defended doctoral dissertation in the field of Medical Law at Rīga Stradiņš University. She is the member of The European Association of Health Law, World Association for Medical Law and the European Association for Artificial Intelligence. As well as Karina is Co author of Medical law book, drafted the chapter “Artificial Intelligence in Medical Treatment”.

Assist. Prof. Dr. Karina Palkova
Prof. dr. Lyra Jakulevičienė

Prof. dr. Lyra Jakulevičienė, Dean of Mykolas Romeris University Law School

AI applications to reproductive choices and human rights

Dr. Alma Linkevičiūtė obtained her interdisciplinary doctoral degree in Foundations of Life Sciences and their Ethical Consequences (FOLSATEC) at the University of Milan. Italy. She is a successful interdisciplinary collaborator with demonstrated ability to work across disciplines and bring ethically grounded solutions to medical practice and clinical research. Dr. Alma Linkeviciute has post-graduate level training in biomedical sciences (Vilnius University, Lithuania) and  Erasmus Mundus Master in Bioethics (KU Leuven, Belgium), supplemented by undergraduate degree in Law and Governance (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania). Currently dr. Alma Linkeviciute is working on an interdisciplinary post-doctoral research project funded by the European Social Fund on "Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Research: the Role of Human Centricity in Legal Regulation'', her other research interests include reproductive ethics, oncofertility, clinical ethics consultation, research ethics and professional ethics.

Dr. Alma Linkevičiūtė
Assist. Prof. Dr. Gintarė Makauskaitė - Samuolė

ESG,  Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights: The Good, the Bad, the Ugly

Assist.Prof. Dr. Gintarė Makauskaitė - Samuolė, Assistant Professor at Mykolas Romeris University


Conference team

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