The Brookings Institution, in cooperation with the Embassy of the Netherlands in Washington, D.C and the municipality of the Hague, will host the sixth annual Justice Breyer Lecture on International Law at 10:30 a.m. Friday, March 29.
This year’s edition will focus on the effects of technological advancements on the discussion of privacy and freedom of expression.
Keynote speaker will be professor Jeroen van den Hoven of Delft University of Technology, at which he researches ethics and technology. Van den Hoven will be introduced by Deputy Mayor Saskia Bruines of the Dutch city of the Hague. She will emphasize the need for fair ethical and judicial rules that apply worldwide on matters of data and AI.
After the keynote speaker there will be a panel discussion featuring Cameron Kerry, the Ann R. and Andrew H. Tisch Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Brookings Institution and Bilyana Petkova Fellow-in-Residence from the Electronic Privacy Information Center. The moderator will be Nicol Turner Lee, Fellow – Governance Studies, Center for Technology Innovation at the Brookings Institution
The Netherlands (and the city of The Hague) is the center of international law and home to a vibrant knowledge and business community that develops advanced technologies to help combat terrorism, cybercrimes, and organized crime.
Anyone interested in attending the event, please RSVP with the Brookings Institution.