On FOS (Faculty of Organizational Sciences), the second educational block of the AI Master Class has commenced. The premiere of the second educational module of the first AI Master Class program, “Regulating Artificial Intelligence – Legal and Ethical Challenges,” is being conducted by the Institute for Artificial Intelligence of Serbia and FOS.
The introductory lecture was delivered by the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, Brankica Jankovic, emphasizing the importance of the artificial intelligence theme, which brings together a broad spectrum of experts from the fields of technology, law, public sector, academia, and media.
The program continued with a special edition of the AI Journal hosted by Zoran Stanojevic, editor and journalist at RTS. Guests for this special edition included Stefan Badza, Director of the Special Projects Team in the Cabinet of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Serbia, and Dr. Filip Ejdus, a regular professor at the Faculty of Political Sciences in Belgrade.
The first day of the AI Master Class covered lectures related to key aspects of corporate governance, ethical issues, risks, and social dilemmas in the era of artificial intelligence. Parallel sessions addressed the prevention of discrimination in the development and implementation of artificial intelligence. The day concluded with the opening of the “U prolazu” gallery and an exhibition by Professor Dr. Vladan Joler.
The second day of the AI Master Class focused on information security and the music industry in the context of artificial intelligence. A panel discussion titled “Artificial Intelligence in the Music Industry” was organized as part of the program. Renowned experts from the industry shared their experiences and provided deeper insights into the application of artificial intelligence in music. Guests included Relja Milankovic, CEO of Bassivity Group (digital), artist Ana Djuric Konstrakta, copyright law expert Ognjen Uzelac, music producer Nikola Jovanovic, and lawyer Andrea Radonjanin.