How Artificial Intelligence Impacts Climate Change and the Media Ecosystem?

The third educational block of the inaugural AI Master Class program, titled “Regulating Artificial Intelligence: Legal and Ethical Challenges”, initiated by the Institute for Artificial Intelligence of Serbia and the Faculty of Organizational Sciences, opened today at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences in Belgrade.

The program was ceremoniously launched by Minister of Internal and External Trade Tomislav Momirovic, emphasizing that artificial intelligence is a crucial topic that affects all areas of society.

“We are witnessing artificial intelligence emerging as the cornerstone of modern, globally connected society and the economy. Events like this open up dialogues and help us understand how to maximize the potential offered by new technologies. This is an opportunity to empower our digital service providers to enter the European market, advocate for equal treatment of our industry, and simultaneously adhere to the high standards required by European and global markets”, Minister Momirovic stated during the opening of the third AI Master Class block.

The first day of the event encompassed discussions on the complex relationship between technology, nature, and society, with a special focus on the potential impacts of artificial intelligence on climate change and the media ecosystem.

The latest news and current trends in the field of AI were presented through the AI Daily, hosted by editor and journalist Maja Žeželj. Guests in this special edition of the Daily were Prof. Dr. Mirko Stojković from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts and Darko Brkan, President of the citizens’ organization “Why Not.”

The central theme was devoted to the panel discussion titled “EU Regulatory Framework in the Field of Artificial Intelligence.” Experts in the field analyzed the current status of the AI Act and the expected harmonization process to be established in the coming period. The panel included legal expert Jelena Adamović, Danilo Krivokapić, Director of the “Share” Foundation, and lecturers from FON: Prof. Dr. Đorđe Krivokapić, Andrea Nikolić, and Biljana Tošić.

The second day of the AI Master Class program will focus on the changes that artificial intelligence brings to the field of employment, an area where significant transformations are already visible. The program will conclude with a panel discussion on the European law on digital services and its impact on global platforms and our region.

The first AI Master Class “Regulating Artificial Intelligence: Legal and Ethical Challenges” is held under the auspices of the Ministry of Science, Technological Development, and Innovation, the Ministry of Information and Telecommunications, the Ministry of Internal and External Trade, the Office of the Commissioner for the Protection of Equality, the “Share” Foundation, and with the support of other corporate partners.

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