About this Event
Join visiting researcher Dr Vera Lucia Raposo for this lunchtime Interactive Seminar followed by a Q&A on Health Data and Personal Care Robots hosted by the Jean Golding Institute. Dr Raposo will present on her researcher in this area before we open the floor for a discussion. Complementary lunch will be provided between 13:00 - 14:00 PM, in the Royal Fort House Verdon-Smith room.
Health Data and Personal Care Robots
AI-driven systems require large amounts of data for their development and training. This raises legal difficulties around personal data due to the limitations imposed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Restrictions are especially strict when it comes to health data, which is considered a form of sensitive data. The announced European Health Data Space Regulation, in turn, is advertised as a legal mechanism to aid easy and efficient access and sharing of health data. This talk will untangle the joint intervention of these two acts in the development of AI tools.
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Vera Lúcia Raposo is currently an Assistant Professor of Law and Technology at Nova School of Law (Lisbon, Portugal). She is the leading researcher at FutureHealthLaw which focuses on the use of new technologies in health care. She is also a masters supervisor at the Centre for Medical Ethics and Law, University of Hong Kong (China) and a collaborator of the National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University School of Law, in Taiwan (Taiwan).
She has previously lectured at the University of Macau (China), the University of Coimbra (Portugal) and the University Agostinho Neto (Angola). She was also of counsel at the law firm Vieira de Almeida & Associados (Lisbon) in the departments of health law and privacy law.
She is a frequent speaker at academic events worldwide and a member of the Editorial Board of the European Journal of Health Law. She is the author of more than one hundred papers, particularly in digital law (AI, data protection, metaverse) and biomedical law (medical liability, patient safety, gene editing, digital health), many of which are published in indexed journals.
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Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Royal Fort House - Verdon-Smith Room (First floor), Tyndall Avenue, Bristol, United Kingdom