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Sara is currently completing her graduate degree in Cyber Politics and Government at Tel Aviv University in Israel. She is a recent graduate of Politics, Psychology, Law and Economics at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. In her thesis, she explored the social impact of deepfakes in the European context, more specifically their conceptualization within the recent EU AI regulation. Her research interests revolve around biometric applications (namely facial recognition technology) and ethical deployment thereof, deepfakes, credit scoring, and the development of cyber law and cyber policy.
Stance on The Proposal for a Regulation Laying Down Harmonised Rules on Artificial Intelligence – Artificial Intelligence Act
Mesarcik, M., Solarova, S., Podrouzek, J., Bielikova, M. This document is the KInIT Stance on the proposal of the European Parliament and of the Council Laying down Harmonised Rules on…