Hybrid Conference on
FUNDAMENTALS RIGHTS AND AI’s FACIAL RECOGNITION MEETING
AI’s Facial Recognition Meeting
There are some major challenges concerning the use of artificial intelligence tools as such facial recognition, and law and ethics are connected to this. On the one hand, there is possible negative interference with one’s Fundamental Rights, in special concerning intimacy; however, on the other hand, this kind of tool can be addressed to support other Fundamentals Rights as such genetic identity rights. The governance on this matter is yet to be placed worldwide, considering the novelty of the technology. Therefore, GDPL and other legal instruments are cornerstones to serve as bases, at some point, for these regulations, always according to the Constitution and international treaties.
The importance of using Fundamental Rights as a parameter is evident: Fundamental Rights are the subjective rights and guarantees established at a constitutional level, applied to State-to-person relations and to person-to-person relations, ensuring human dignity. Intimacy, image, genetic identity, family identity, data protection, etc, are examples of Fundamental Rights potentially ensured or violated due to the use of facial recognition tools.
Softwares engineers who will develop projects evolving facial recognition and the entities (governmental or private) who will benefit from its use must consider those variables in their’s programming and implementing technological solutions, to avoid or minimize their liability. Either to respect ethics and Fundamental Rights or to avoid civil liability (and perhaps even administrative and or criminal repercussions), it is up to the managers of those entities to be as aligned with the law as possible. Thus, this meeting will hopefully provide some insights on this matter.
Chairman of the conference
President, IGOAI Community
Dr. Haji is a veteran in the field Information and Communications Technology with over 3 decades of robust experience in implementing IT strategies to move applications/infrastructure, formulating vision, improving vision/culture, innovation and change management . With hands on expertise in reorganizing operations, managing core infrastructure including servers, storage, network, collaboration, application, middleware products. Deft in IT infrastructure management, management of heterogeneous networks, information security and service delivery as well as it regulatory compliance. Proven ability to affect transformational change across a range of operational areas and create a sustainable difference to a business’s operational performance.
Manage large scale delivery assignments for various platform technologies coupled with established credibility in providing domain support for managing operations round the clock while establishing command center and security operation.
He is continuously conducting research in Artificial Intelligence and Organizational Change, exemplified by his publications on latest technologies and how to be leveraged operationally and economically in organizations. He lead the entire Information Technology department in Gulf Air and implemented numerous cutting edge projects and technologies. He managed to achieve over 40 prestigious awards including 15 distinguished CIOs (Chief Information Officer). He formerly served on the board of directors of a leading hospitality and tourism technology provider in the Middle East and on SITA Council representing Middle East and North Africa. He has the ability to implement processes for improving IT Services entailing continual service improvement, service operations, service transition and service design & strategy.
Ph.D. in Law at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain)
Lecture in New Technologies and Law - Mediterranea International Centre for Human Rights Research (Dipartimento DiGiES – Università “Mediterranea” di Reggio Calabria (Italy - 2021). Auditor in Health and Food Safety at the Directorate-General of the European Commission (2002-2021). Senior Researcher and Lecture at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain). Deputy Dean of GIESA-BIOLAW Research Group. Senior Scientific Consultant of the Scientific and Technological Society GGINNS. Winner of the academic award for the contribution to the development of bioethics analysis in Brazil by the University Veiga de Almeida (Medal Prof. Mario Veiga de Almeida) and honorary award for his work in the development of bioethics on Rio de Janeiro Chamber in Brazil. Visiting Fellow at Yale University (USA - 2021-...). Visiting Scholar at Harvard University (USA - 2005, European Law Research Center; 2006-2009, Real Colegio Complutense). Member of the Cooperation of Spain with Latin America (Colombia - 2009-2010). Visiting Researcher at Oxford University (UK - 2012).
Ph.D. in Law at Universidade Gama Filho (Brazil)
Post-Doctoral stage in New Technologies and Law - Mediterranea International Centre for Human Rights Research (Dipartimento DiGiES – Università “Mediterranea” di Reggio Calabria (Italy - 2021), with full scholarship. Researcher at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain). Professor at the UFAM Graduate Program (Brazil). Reviewer of Research Projects, and an "ad hoc" evaluation of several scientific journals and scientific-legal publishers, and evaluate projects of some research foundations of the IPCC counsel (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) (Brazil). Expert reviewer of the Working Group II - Vulnerability of socio-economic and natural systems to climate change, negative and positive consequences of climate change and options for adapting to it (Brazil). Visiting Fellow at Yale University (USA – 2018 - ...). Emerging Scholar Award on Climate Change. Winner of the Sergio Vieira de Mello Medal, as an ambassador of culture, peace, and justice in the World, by the International Council of Honors and Merit. Winner of the "Pesquisadora Carioca" category, by City Hall of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Ph.D. in Civil Law at Adam Mickiewicz University (Poland)
Ph.D. in Civil Law from Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland, and is an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Commercial Law at the Institute of Legal Studies, University of Rzeszów (Poland). Holds a postdoctoral stage at MICHR, Reggio Calabria. He is a researcher in AI and artificial human reproduction.
Ph.D. in Economic and Political Law at Mackenzie Presbyterian University (Brazil)
He holds a Ph.D. in Economic and Politic Law at Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie (Brazil - 2020), with a full scholarship and summa cum laude approval. He holds a Post-Doctoral stage at the Mediterranea International Center for Human Rights Research, connected with Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria (Italy - 2021), with a full scholarship. He is a Master-in-Law at the Catholic University of Santos - UNISANTOS (Brazil - 2011), with a full CAPES scholarship and summa cum laude approval. Postgraduate in Public Management, Municipal Public Management at the Federal University of São Paulo - UNIFESP (Brazil - 2019). Professor of Law School at Universidade Paulista - UNIP (Brazil - 2014-...), at São Judas Tadeu UNIMONTE campus (Brazil - 2017-...), and at Universidade Católica de Santos (Brazil - 2022-...). Professor of Post-degree Law courses at Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie (Brazil - 2022-...).
Chairperson of the Escola Superior de Advocacia of OAB/SP Guarujá (Brazil - 2022 - ...) Researcher at the Society and Technology Study Center (CEST)/Escola Politécnica /Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil - 2020-...). Advisory board member of the IGOAI (England - 2021-...) and of the Global AI Ethics (France - 2021-...). Scientific editor of the Journal of Liberty and International Affairs (North Macedonia - 2021 - ...). INEP/MEC Evaluator (Brazil - 2018-...). He is a Lawyer and a Legal Head since 2008; a human resources manager, and a legal department manager since 2008; a professor of law since 2009; and a municipal civil servant since 2019. He is the author of several legal books.
Leader Google Enablement & Customer Experience (Brazil)
Mr. Sergio de Oliveira Evangelista is a Leader in Google Enablement & Customer Experience, thus a specialist in Google web tools. He is a bachelor's in administration and also a bachelor's in computing sciences. He holds a post-degree diploma in psychopedagogy, pedagogy, and education. He teaches computer skills and solutions for the past 10-plus years, in which 3-plus years for Google's web solutions.
9:30 AM (Brazilian time)
Opening of the event
09:40 AM (Brazilian time)
Dr. Jassim Haji, President, IGOAI Community
09:50 AM (Brazilian time)
Ms. Camila Gilberto, Universidade Católica de Santos (Brazil)
10:00 AM (Brazilian time)
10:15 AM (Brazilian time)
Claudia Ribeiro Pereira Nunes, Ph.D. in Law at Universidade Gama Filho (Brazil)
10:30 AM (Brazilian time)
Pedro Diaz Peralta, Ph.D. in Law at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain)
10:45 AM (Brazilian time)
Mr. Sergio Evangelista, Leader Google Enablement & Customer Experience (Brazil)
11:00 AM (Brazilian time)