During the following seminar in our series, we discussed solutions concerning automated decision making introduced in the European Union law. Dr. Joanna Mazur, analyzed regulations in the area of personal data protection law, in particular art. 22 of the General Data Protection Regulation, and an academic discussion on the rights of explanation.
The speech presents the data protection impact assessment provisions introduced in the RODO and the results of a survey of the so-called „data protection impact assessments” adopted in EU Member States and the European Economic Area on the basis of these provisions. black lists. By this term are meant lists specifying the types of data processing that should be covered by the obligation to carry out a data protection impact assessment. In her speech, Dr. Joanna Mazur also discussed the new proposals for the regulation of artificial intelligence technologies, in order to answer the question of whether they constitute a necessary and appropriate direction for changes in the law in light of the goal of creating non-discriminatory and transparent technological solutions for automated decision-making.