Autumn School Legal Challenges of Digital (R)evolution
Last week, the Institute of Criminology and the Faculty of Law Ljubljana held a three-day autumn school titled Legal Challenges of Digital (R)evolution from 25 September to 27 September, which focused on legal challenges that may arise in the era of digital progress.
The Autumn School was organised for law students of all three Slovenian law faculties. Throughout the event, experts debated on various topics with focus on new legal challenges in the era of digital progress, such as Artificial Intelligence and Text and Data Mining. Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič held a lecture titled “Text and Data Mining Regulation in EU – new exemption in the Copyright Directive”. The whole program can be accessed here.
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