Jean Monnet Network on enforcement of EU law (EULEN)

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EULEN Webinar on Artificial Intelligence Systems and EU Law Enforcement

Date: 14 May 2021, 09:00h-13:30h

One of the questions that our Network is facing is how EU law enforcement is being transformed by technological innovation. Accordingly, May, 14th from 09:00h-13:30h we will be reflecting on the role, promises and perils of artificial intelligence in various areas of EU law enforcement. The workshop will focus, firstly, on the use of artificial intelligence systems in market supervision, and particularly in competition law enforcement and in financial services supervision. Special attention will be paid to the application of artificial intelligence in the performance of enforcement functions by public authorities.

We will next look at some building blocks of the area of freedom, security and justice, namely criminal law and criminal procedure. Artificial intelligence has given rise to some concerns in terms of both forensics and sentencing. Finally, the role of artificial intelligence systems in two other areas will also be explored: border control and management, on the one hand, and fraud prevention, on the other. While the use of these applications in the first one is less explored, in the second one it has already given rise to various judicial decisions.

The programme is available here: EULEN Webinar on Artificial Intelligence Systems and EU Law Enforcement

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Advisory Board

The network also has an advisory board with internationally recognised experts in the field of enforcement:

General coordination
Utrecht University, the Netherlands (prof. dr. Michiel Luchtman and dr. Mira Scholten)
Summer School 2022
Utrecht University, the Netherlands (prof. Judith van Erp)
OECD (dr. Florentin Blanc)
EU competition law
The University of Warsaw, Poland
(dr. hab. Maciej Bernatt and dr. Laura Zoboli)

Bocconi University, Milan, Italy
(prof. Federico Ghezzi and prof. Mariateresa Maggiolino)

EU banking and financial services
King’s College London, the United Kingdom
(prof. Alexander H. Türk and dr. Oana Stefan)
Fight against EU financial fraud
The University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
(prof. Katalin Ligeti and mr. Fabio Giuffrida)