International Pluridisciplinary PhD Meeting (Law and Political Science Faculty)

11-13 déc. 2023
Faculty of law and Political science, El Oued University - El Oued (Algérie)

The International Multidisciplinary PhD Meeting on the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Revolution: Challenges, Prospects, and Ethical Aspects is a highly anticipated event taking place at the faculty of law and political science. This conference brings together experts from various fields of study to share their insights and discuss the latest developments in the field of artificial intelligence. The focus of the conference is on the legal and political aspects of AI, as it is rapidly transforming society, businesses, and economies. The conference aims to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to explore the challenges, prospects, and ethical aspects of the AI revolution. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in meaningful discussions and debates, as well as to share their research findings, practical experiences, and innovative ideas. Topics to be covered at the conference include the legal and ethical implications of AI, the impact of AI on employment, the role of AI in decision-making, and the potential for AI to transform various industries. The International Multidisciplinary PhD Meeting is an ideal platform for researchers, scholars, and practitioners to collaborate, learn, and network. Attendees can expect to gain valuable insights from keynote speakers and panelists, as well as participate in workshops and interactive sessions. Overall, this conference promises to be a thought-provoking and informative event for anyone interested in the legal and political aspects of the AI revolution. It is an excellent opportunity for researchers and practitioners to share their knowledge and contribute to the ongoing discussion on this rapidly evolving field.
Discipline scientifique :  Sciences de l'Homme et Société - Droit - Science politique

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