CyberBRICS director participates in public hearing on artificial intelligence

Luca Belli (CyberBRICS Director), Ivar Hartmann (CyberBRICS Associated Scholar) and a team of researchers were invited to participate in the public hearings of the Commission of Jurists of the Federal Senate responsible for supporting the elaboration of a substitute on Artificial Intelligence. Luca Belli presented the Chinese approach to AI, based on the CyberBRICS comparative research on Personal Data Regulations across BRICS Countries. Check the AI Regulation section of the research dedicated to China, elaborated by CyberBRICS researchers Sofia Chang an Larissa Chen. Read more about the public hearing here.