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AIIA Legal Network – Inaugural Meeting with Presentation by Professor Lyria Bennett-Moses

Monday, 19 April 2021

}3:00 PM – 4:00 PM (AEST)


Virtual

RACHEL BAILES | Rachel@Aiia.Com.Au

Details

Please RSVP to policy@aiia.com.au

AIIA looks forward to welcoming members to the first meeting of the newly-established AIIA Legal Network on Monday 19 April at 3pm with a presentation by Professor Lyria Bennett-Moses to follow at 3.30pm.

The issues the new AIIA Legal Network Network will focus on could include:

•           Developments with the Consumer Data Right;

•           Progress of labour hire licensing legislation;

•           Developments in State Government procurement frameworks (e.g. updates on New South Wales’ new scheme; progress with Victoria’s proposals);

•           Developments in Modern Slavery regulation;

•           AI ethics framework developments;

•           Recent developments with business interruption insurance and cyber incident insurance;

•           Possible changes to the Research & Development Tax Incentive (R&DTI);

•           Intellectual Property and Privacy issues (collaborating and inputting to the Federal Government PAN’s work on these issues).

If participation in such a group would be of interest or if there is any members of your in-house legal team who could be interested, please come along or invite the interested member to join the meeting on Monday 19 April at 3pm for a discussion and presentation by Professor Lyria Bennett-Moses.

Speaker

Professor Lyria Bennett-Moses

Director, Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation

Professor in the Faculty of Law and Justice at UNSW Sydney

Lyria is Director of the Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation and a Professor in the Faculty of Law and Justice at UNSW Sydney. She is also co-lead of the Law and Policy theme in the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre. Lyria’s research explores issues around the relationship between technology and law, including the types of legal issues that arise as technology changes, how these issues are addressed in Australia and other jurisdictions, and the problems of treating “technology” as an object of regulation. Recently, she has been working on legal and policy issues associated with the use of artificial intelligence, the appropriate legal framework for enhancing cyber security, and oversight for law enforcement intelligence. She is on the NSW Information and Privacy Advisory Committee, the Executive Committee of the Australian Chapter of the IEEE’s Society for the Social Implications of Technology, and is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law.

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