Key International Venture Capital Insights

Legal and Ethical Risks of Artificial Intelligence Application

08.25 Fri. 15:00 ~ 16:30

STAGE| Idea Space

With the development of artificial intelligence, more and more start-up companies are investing in the development of AI applications, and enterprises with mature products have also begun to use artificial intelligence to improve their products.

However, many legal and ethical controversies have arisen with the trend, including invasions of privacy, copyright infringements and algorithmic bias.

Therefore, in this panel discussion, the dialogues between legal professionals will provide their opinions and knowledge to make the participants understand the importance of these issues to their businesses.

3 Key Highlights:

1. Legal controversies between AI applications and copyright
2. Considerations related to AI applications and privacy protection
3. Algorithmic bias and discriminations within AI applications


Mark L. Shope

Associate Professor of NYCU School of Law
Prof. Mark’s research areas include policy and human rights issues relating to the use of artificial intelligence, cross-border transactions utilizing blockchain technology, design thinking, and online learning. Mark is committed to improving the way people learn, collaborate, and communicate through various technologies.

Christine Chen

Attorney, Research Fellow of UTokyo, Doctoral Researcher of LMU Munich
Kuan-Wei researches public law and human rights, especially focusing on East Asian democracies and Europe. Her recent research includes regulations on new technologies, and her doctoral dissertation is mainly about digitalisation and democracy.


Joshua Hsu

Chief Operation Officer of Plain Law Media
Shu-Lei is a legal translator, and currently works as the COO of Plain Law Media Ltd., a leading media company dedicated to legal and human rights literacy. Shu Lei committed to develop and create new products and contents related to legal education and communication in the digital era.