The subject matter of this stationary workshop 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 workshop different definitions of Artificial Intelligence will be considered and discussed from a legal point of view.
This course will focus on technical, business and regulatory aspects of QoS for Fixed and Mobile Networks. It includes QoS (Quality of Service) and QoE (Quality of Experience) fundamentals by ITU, as well as traffic and QoS management in Internet and IP networks. Further, it includes QoS for fixed ultra-broadband access, including QoS solutions in metallic and optical networks, carrier grade Ethernet QoS, as well as end-to-end QoS.
The subject matter if this web seminar refers to international data transfers whereby cloud computing solutions will be applied. In relation to the subject matter various types of data will be discussed, including personal, which will be analysed in the context of different regulations. The web seminar will include technical aspects of application of various types of the cloud computing and its impact on the application of the legal framework. The seminar will also address different roles of cloud actors and its obligations under relevant regulations.
El objetivo principal de este Programa es la formación de funcionarios del sector público de los países de América Latina en lo que se refiere al funcionamiento y la regulación de Internet y de las Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación a partir de una perspectiva regional.
Like the rest of the world, most Caribbean governments have developed national ICT strategies, as part of their national agenda, to transition to knowledge-based societies using ICTs. In this regard e-government has become a familiar form of service delivery to citizens, businesses and other key stakeholders. Even so, do senior public servants really understand the many functions and roles of ICTs?