Some see the Internet as an unruly, lawless Wild West. To tame it, the EU has issued a wave of tech regulations: the Platform-to-Business Regulation (P2B), Digital Services Act (DSA), Platform Work Directive (PWD) and AI Act, to mention a few. But what do all of these have in common? All incorporate a new type of enforcement tool – algorithmic transparency. To build trust between tech and humans, this new mechanism will require platforms to be more transparent about how their algorithms work. How will this new type of tech regulation be enforced and what will its impact be? Explore these questions and more at the event where Wolt will also publish its second Algorithmic Transparency Report (you can find the first one here).
Opening remarks, Miki Kuusi, CEO & Co-founder at Wolt
Keynote on algorithmic transparency, Dr Johann Laux, Oxford Internet Institute
Panel on P2B, DSA, PWD, AI Act and their common enforcement mechanism: algorithmic transparency:
Tobias Müllensiefen, Legal Officer, Future Of Work, DG EMPL, European Commission
Martin Ulbrich, Legal Officer, AI, DG CNECT, European Commission
Daniel Dalton, Former MEP & Shadow Rapporteur for the P2B
Dr Johann Laux, Oxford Internet Institute
Moderated by Dave Keating, Freelance Journalist
Launching Wolt's new Algorithmic Transparency Report, Vincent Ho-Tin-Noé, VP of Product at Wolt
Closing keynote, Renate Nikolay, Deputy Director General in DG CNECT
Date & Time: Wednesday 24 May, 15.00-18.00
Location: The Hotel, Boulevard de Waterloo 38, Brussels (in-person)
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