EURA’s international Conference “Regulating UncertAInty” (April 8 and 9, 2021) is about to start!

Internationally-renowned scholars will participate in the conference discussing the following questions:

What is the relationship between law and ethics? Can and should ethics be used for regulatory purposes? What is the most appropriate level for regulating AI: local, regional, international or global? To what extent should we rely on alternatives to the traditional top-down, command-and-control regulation, to deal with the challenges posed by AI? What are the legitimacy and democratic issues triggered by the involvement of private actors in the regulation of new technologies? Which is the most appropriate moment for regulating emerging technologies? How can lawmakers and policymakers ensure that regulation does not have a chilling effect, and neither is simply-reactive to market developments? How can AI deal with global challenges?


You may check out the full Conference Schedule and the Abstracts and Bios of the speakers in the attachments of this post.

Attendance is free! Participants need to registration first via this link:

The Conference will also be available via YouTube livestreaming at