Who should attend the programme?

This programme is aimed at legal and policy analysts, experts and observers who wish to prepare for and learn about the technological changes brought by AI.
at all Belgian or foreign legal experts, regardless of their profession (e.g. lawyers, in house counsels, civil servants, judges, clerks), who – like us – anticipate that the rise of cognitive technology and artificial intelligence is likely to change their future occupation.

Skills acquired during the programme

Basic and in-depth knowledge of the most important aspects of cognitive technologies, theoretical (what is AI? What are the applicable law?), practical (How can I use AI to upgrade my organization) and political (What is automated law enforcement? How are States going to implement AI in public sectors?).

By the end of the programme, students will have a full understanding of the majors facets of the subject. The programme also focuses on different national strategies, according to the teachers’ nationalities.

Practical information

  • Dates: from November 2020 to June 2021 (20 Friday morning sessions)
  • Venue: BIP, Rue Royale 2/4, 1000 Brussels
  • Working language: English

Participation fees

  • €150, excluding VAT (21%) per session

  • €1250, excluding VAT (21%) for 10 sessions

  • €2000, excluding VAT (21%) for 20 sessions

Cancellation policy

Cancellations will only be considered if they are sent in writing to info@bsc.brussels at least five working days prior to the start of the specific session. If you are unable to attend, you can have a colleague attend in your place.

In partnership with

Brussels School of Competition