The subject matter of this training course is the discussion of legal framework applicable to Artificial Intelligence with international focus. By discussing the application of Artificial Intelligence, various types of Artificial Agents in many spheres of life will be considered, including: business activity, household, and the public sector. During the training course different definitions of Artificial Intelligence will be considered and discussed from a legal point of view.
The focus of this course is to create a proper understanding of IoT device and along with AI that connects the real world and the people with disability. Physically challenged still prefer using sign language and we aim to create a bridge that removes the communication gap between the disabled and normal people. As the special need is replacing with a specific need.
Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to dominate the telecom market where machines exchange data for intelligent applications. Devices and networks supporting IoT pose unique challenges such as low power, low cost, low mobility, and long battery life. This course addresses several low power wide area (LPWA) network technologies defined by 3GPP to meet these requirements. 3GPP-defined LPWA technology options include LTE-M (or enhanced machine type communication) and Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT). This course provides a foundation for 5G aspects relevant to IoT and NB-LTE and their extensions.
This course covers the concepts and characteristics of AI (artificial intelligence). This course does not cover the advanced content of the technology, such as the detailed principles and deep learning. The course content includes cases of AI-applied public services for citizens, businesses, and government. In addition, the issues and measures when applying AI technology to public services are introduced.
This training course surveys current and emerging technical, legal and policy issues related to AI. We will consider distinct settings where regulation of AI is emerging as a challenge or topic of interest, including data protection laws, sectoral regulatory frameworks (health, agriculture, transport, education, etc.), intellectual property (IP) laws, anti-trust/competition laws, consumer protection laws, cyber and information security laws.