The Conference "Inteligencia Artificial y Transformaciones Digitales en España y América Latina", 25.01.2024
We kindly invite you to the Conference "Inteligencia Artificial y Transformaciones Digitales en España y América Latina” organized by the School of Spanish and Latin American Law, which will take place on 25 January 2024 at 16.00 CET, classroom 2042 and online.
The link for those who wish to participate
The programme of the Conference “Inteligencia Artificial y Transformaciones Digitales en España y América Latina"
- 16.00: Opening and introductory remarks – dr Małgorzata Węgrzak (UG)
- 16.10 : Announcement: invitation for UG students to participate in the course organized by the University of Cadiz – prof. Pablo Garcia Molina (UCA)
- 16.15: La digitalización de la cooperación judicial civil internacional en el espacio legal iberoamericano – prof. Guillermo Palao Moreno (UV)
- 16.30: Convergencia internacional y caminos propios: Gobernanza de la IA en América Latina – prof. Pablo Contreras Vásquez (UECN)
- 16.45: Auditorías algorítmicas- prof. Matías Andrés Aránguiz Villagrán (Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile)
- 17.00 : Q&A Session and Closing remarks – dr Małgorzata Węgrzak (UG)
Prof. Guillermo Palao Moreno is a full university professor in Private International Law at the University of Valencia, Spain. He is a member of its R&D Research Groups: Mediation and Arbitration (MedArb) and Intellectual Property (GI+dPI); he was a Vice-Rector of Internationalisation and Cooperation at the University of Valencia.
Prof. Guillermo Palao Moreno is an author of six monographs and editor /coordinator of more than twenty collective books and has written more than two hundred scientific works published both in Spain and abroad, in different languages and on various subjects relating to private international law - including book chapters and articles - and has participated in nearly thirty research projects - at the regional, national, European and international levels.
His areas of research include International Intellectual Property Law, International Trade Law, International Civil and Commercial Litigation - including Alternative Dispute Resolution - as well as specialised areas of International Private Law related to: Family and Inheritance Law, Law of Obligations, Corporate Law, Digital Law and Communication Technologies.
He has extensive teaching experience -at the Bachelor, Master and Doctorate levels- as well as lecturing and visiting professor -in Spain, in different European countries, in the United States and in Latin America. Prof. Palao Moreno was at research stays in particular at: Universitá La Sapienza (Rome), Pace Palace Library (The Hague), Harvard Law School (USA), Max-Planck Institut für Ausländisches un internationales privatrecht (Hamburg), Max-Planck Institut for Innovation and Competition (Munich) or Institut Suisse de Droit Comparé (Lausanne).
He is a Corresponding Academic of the "Real Academia de Jurisprudencia y Legislación de España", member of the "Comité Valenciano para la Unión Europea", Fellow of the European Law Institute (ELI) and many others professional and scientific associations, in particular: "Academia Internacional de Derecho Comparado", "Asociación Española de Profesores de Derecho Internacional y Relaciones Internacionales", "Asociación Americana de Derecho Internacional Privado", or "Asociación Hispano-Alemana de Juristas". He is also an associate member of the Centre for Private International Law at University of Aberdeen (United Kingdom), collaborator of the Instituto de Derecho Iberoamericano, international associate at the Instituto Brasileiro de Direito Internacional Privado (IBDIPr), distinguished professor of the Faculty of Law of the University of Havana (Cuba), a member of the Valencia Bar Association, a member of the "Mediation and Arbitration Centre" of the World Intellectual Property Organization (Geneva, Switzerland) and of the "Mediation and Arbitration Centre" of the Valencia Chamber of Commerce (Spain). He also participates in various international research networks in particular in: Red Iberoamericana de Derecho: Familia, Migraciones y Solución de Conflictos (Red FaMiSol), Red de Derecho Procesal Civil Internacional (Rede PCI), Red Iberoamericana de Propiedad Intelectual (RIAPI), Escuela de Derecho Español y Latinoamericano (University of Gdańsk).
Professor Pablo Contreras Vásquez is a professor of constitutional law and a member of the doctoral faculty of the Doctoral Programme in Law at the Universidad Central in Chile. He is also the director of the Legal Tech UCEN chair. He obtained his doctoral degree in law from Northwestern University, USA. Prof. Pablo Contreras Vásquez is also an expert and a researcher on the project "Claves para una justicia digital y algorítmica con perspectiva de género" (file: PID2021-123170OB-I00), funded by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation and is the researcher responsible for the FONDECYT Regular project in Chile, entitled "Los límites a la adopción de decisiones automatizadas en la Administración del Estado".
Prof. Matías Andrés Aránguiz Villagrán is a professor at the Faculty of Law at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. He obtained his PhD in Financial Law at Shanghai Jiaotong University (Shanghai, China). He is also the professor of Law of Fintech and AI, at Fudan University, Law School and the Academic Coordinator and Lecturer of the Sino – British Program for Chief Data Officer, at Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance (Shanghai Jiaotong University). He is the legal adviser at Fintech4good (Washington, USA). He was the lecturer of payment technology for Governors of Central Banks, at Centre for Alternative Finance at Cambridge University and visiting lecturer “Artificial Intelligence and Global Risks” at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Boston, USA).