Legal considerations for artificial intelligence in sport to be discussed at the LawInSport 6th Annual Conference 2020
The legal considerations for artificial intelligence in sport panel takes place on 11 November 2020 at 2pm GMT/9am EST. The expert panel members will discuss the use of artificial intelligence in sport, including how AI is being used, the relevant laws that apply, and the regulatory challenges it may present for governing bodies, leagues, clubs, agents and players.
- Patrick Lucey, Chief Scientist, Stats Perform
- Dr. Jan De Bruyne, Senior academic researcher Center Data & Society, Postdoctoral researcher legal aspects AI Lecturer E-Contracts Law, KU Leuven
- Michiel Fierens, Legal Counsel, KU Leuven Center for IT & IP Law
With 50+ speakers from 10+ countries, debating 18 topics over two weeks, the LawInSport 6th Annual Conference - Understand The Rules of The GameTM 2020 is a “must attend" sports law conference. It takes place from 10-20 November 2020.
All sessions are recorded for attendees and recordings will be available a few hours after each session.
For further information including the full agenda, speaker list and details of how to book your place, please click here.
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