Drawing upon philosophical thinking, Professor Suárez examines how we might develop skills and tools to maintain our “humanness” in an increasingly complex world and the importance of cultivating practices that produce harmony.
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As a thought leader on the power of innovation, Professor Michele DeStefano shared her insights on managing innovation and cultural change.
IE University Law School professor and experienced corporate lawyer María José Esteban presented at the Rethinking Law Series, findings from her recent research project “Issues Shaping the Global Legal System,” commissioned by the International Bar Association.
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An American import into European legal thinking: Can “intent” really work as the cornerstone of AI regulation?
On April 21st, 2021, The European Union issued a Proposal that purports to be the first ever legal framework on artificial intelligence (AI) aimed to promote user safety and fundamental rights without stifling scientific and technological innovation.
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Reena Sengupta, founder and managing director of RSG Consulting, believes in harnessing the power of digital transformation and diversity in today’s legal world.