The EU AI Act Summit 2024, hosted at America Square Conference Centre, London, focuses on the groundbreaking EU AI Act, the first comprehensive set of AI regulations internationally.
The Act takes a prescriptive, rules-based approach to AI regulation and is set to influence the direction of the industry.
The EU AI Act Summit, taking place on February 6th, 2024, aims to provide practical guidance for preparing to implement this legislation. It offers an excellent opportunity for stakeholders in AI technology to understand how the Act will impact their operations and strategies.
Engaging with the act’s many rules and definitions is essential for both public and private stakeholders. It will bring new compliance responsibilities for companies operating in or serving the EU.
With the Act also comes opportunities, such as funding initiatives and potential access to EU supercomputers and research facilities.
The forthcoming AI Act will shape the AI industry
The EU AI Act was agreed upon in December 2023 and marks a huge milestone in the journey of AI regulation. It sets a comprehensive legal framework for the technology’s use and development.
The Act categorizes AI systems into different risk levels, requiring varying degrees of regulatory attention. It was modified late last year to accommodate the acceleration of generative AI.
However, this groundbreaking legislation has sparked debates within the industry, with some questioning its impact on innovation and competitiveness. The rules-based approach and its potential effects on businesses have also been a source of contention.
Events like the EU AI Act Summit provide a vital platform for stakeholders to engage, share perspectives, and shape the future of AI regulation.
They offer an opportunity to unravel the Act and its impacts so businesses can navigate it productively.
Keynote speakers and panelists
The event features an exceptional lineup of experts and leaders in the field of AI and regulation, including:
- Minesh Tanna, Partner and Global AI Lead, Simmons & Simmons; Chair, Society for Computers and Law (SCL) AI Group; Chair, City of London Society (CLLS) AI Committee
- Kai Zenner, Head of Office and Digital Policy Advisor for MEP Axel Voss, European Parliament
A few of the many sessions at the summit include:
- Keynote address by Dr. Frank De Jonghe, EY EMEIA Financial Services Quantitative & Analytics Services Leader, discussing how to navigate the EU Act with confidence.
- Keynote panel, comparing the EU AI Act with regulatory approaches in the UK, US, Canada, and China, featuring experts like Julia Sterling from Commerzbank AG and William Malcolm from Google.
- Panel discussion on the impact of the EU AI Act on financial services and other Industries, moderated by Catharina Glugla from Allen & Overy.
- Fireside chat on foundation models and generative AI, exploring the latest trends and applications in AI.
- The closing session on AI skills and talent development, hosted by Minesh Tanna, focuses on overcoming barriers to AI adoption.
Who should attend
The Summit is ideally suited to those working in sectors such as financial services, technology, cybersecurity, healthcare, telecommunications, legal services, and university education and research.
Recommended attendees include Heads of AI and Digital Risk, Chief Risk Officers (CROs), Chief Innovation Officers, Chief Technology and Data Officers (CTOs and CDOs), General Counsel, Heads of Legal, Chief Compliance Officers (CCOs), and Programme Directors for AI and Ethics.
Registration and delegate fees
Fees for delegates include:
- Tech, service, and solution providers: £795.00
- Companies and financial services institutions: £495.00
- Regulators, government officials, and academics: £195.00
- Daily AI network members receive a 20% discount using the code: EUAI1DAI or through this link
Key information about the EU AI Act Summit 2024
- Dates: February 6, 2024
- Address: 1 America Square, 17 Crosswall, London, EC3N 2LB
- Focus: In-depth exploration of the EU AI Act and its global implications, comparing it with other forthcoming international AI regulations and its impact across various sectors.
- Activities: Engaging keynote speeches, informative panel discussions, interactive fireside chats, and networking opportunities.
- Speakers: A lineup of distinguished speakers, including Minesh Tanna, Kai Zenner, Vivienne Artz, and other prominent figures from legal, financial, and tech sectors.
- Agenda: Topics range from navigating the EU AI Act, its sector-specific impacts, and steps for compliance to the relationship with other EU digital regulations.
- Tickets: Categories include providers, companies, and institutions, with special rates for regulators, government officials, and academics.
- Discount: Remember, Daily AI network members can use the code EUAI1DAI for a 20% discount.
Visit the EU AI Act Summit website for more information and to register now.