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Blockchain, big data analytics, AI and other new technologies are transforming the way of working for governments, businesses and society. The 2019 Forum will focus on the risks and opportunities of new technologies for anti-corruption & integrity.
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Wednesday, March 20 • 14:30 - 16:00
Regulating Innovation: Ethics, Challenges & Opportunities

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Disruptive technologies, such as blockchain, AI, or the use of algorithms and big data, create unprecedented opportunities for the successful functioning of societies and governments. How to regulate emerging technologies and their associated business models has become a pressing question. Regulation should incentivise and enable innovation and seek to maximise shared benefits, while protecting from and mitigating the potential malicious use of new technologies. Governments and regulators are using a number of approaches to stimulate innovation and are embracing new technologies for better regulation. They can use these technologies to improve transparency and stakeholder engagement processes like public consultations, and further understand citizens’ needs and preferences. However, keeping up with the pace of new technologies as well as tackling ethical questions, for example linked to regulating AI or data privacy, remain challenging.

The session will discuss challenges, map different approaches, and highlight some experiences in regulating new technologies for better societies.

Moderators
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Miguel Amaral

Senior economist, Regulatory Policy, Public Governance Directorate, OECD
Miguel Amaral is Senior Economist at the OECD Public Governance Directorate, working on the regulation of new technologies at the Regulatory Policy Division. Prior to joining the OECD, he has served as Head of the rail infrastructure managers unit at ARAFER (French rail and road regulatory... Read More →

Speakers
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Alberto Alemanno

Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law Risk and Regulation, HEC Paris
Alberto Alemanno is the Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law at HEC Paris. Due to his commitment to bridge the gap between academic research and policy action, Alberto pioneered innovative forms of civic engagement and activism in the EU transnational space via his civic start up The Good... Read More →
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Ivana Bartoletti

Head of Privacy and Data Protection, Gemserv
Ivana Bartoletti is the Head of Privacy and Data Protection at Gemserv, and the Founder of the Women Leading in AI Network. An international public speaker and commentator on digital ethics, Ivana Bartoletti regularly features on the BBC, the Guardian, Forbes and other outlets.@I... Read More →
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Ruth Harries

Deputy Director, Strategy and International, Better Regulation Executive, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, UK
Ruth Harries has spent most of her career working for the UK government on a variety of high profile regulatory focussed roles. These include supporting the delivery of competition policy, economic regulation, employment law and setting up a new regulator overseeing apprenticeship... Read More →


Wednesday March 20, 2019 14:30 - 16:00 CET
Room 1