SEMINAR: NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIAL LIFE. AN APPROACH FROM THE LAW OF FAMILIES.
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About the Event
MODALITY: Virtual / face-to-face / mixed in accordance with current protocols. Zoom / YouTube platform.
DURATION: March-May 2021 It comprises 12 meetings of 2 clock hours.
PROPOSAL: In this seminar it is proposed to analyze the binomial human rights / new technologies, which has a direct relationship with current Family Law. In this sense, we focus on the analysis of the impact of new technologies on interpersonal relationships. It is proposed to review the legal effects that artificial intelligence has on private and family life, especially on the rights to privacy, liberty and personal security. Likewise, emphasis will be placed on the new challenges it generates for the exercise of parental responsibility and progressive autonomy and the role of the State as guarantor of the rights enshrined in the International Convention on the Rights of the Child. An interdisciplinary analysis will be carried out with specialists on its impact on education and digital culture, as well as its effects on the judicial system. RESPONSIBLE: Dra. Mariel Molina de Juan COORDINATE: Mgter. Marcela Ilacqua and Mgter. Nadia Anahi Tordi
MODULE I NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND HUMAN RIGHTS
1. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10 | 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Virtual Mode / Open to all audiences via YouTube Opening Conference Private and family life. Digital surveillance. Prof. Paloma Llaneza (Spain) Member of the Group of Experts for the elaboration of a Charter of Digital Rights of Spain. CEO of Razona LegalTech. Author of Datanomics Editorial Deusto (Planeta).
2. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17 | 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Mixed modality (according to protocols in force at the time of dictation) The impact of new technologies on individual and social life. General approaches. Debate and Jurisprudence Workshop. Mgtr. Marcela Ilacqua Magister (UCCuyo). Expert Diploma in the Data Protection Regulation of the European Union. (UNED -AEPD) Doctoral Student Law of Families for the XXI Century - (FCJyS-UM).
3. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31st | 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Virtual modality Gender biases and their impact on artificial intelligences. Prof. Cecilia Danesi Professor and researcher in artificial intelligence and Law UBA. Doctoral candidate University of Perugia (It.) And Salamanca (Esp.) Coordinator of the AI branch of the research project UBACyT, ENTED.net and IALAB. Artificial intelligence and gender. Necessary discussions in a digital world. Dra. Eleonora Lamm Deputy Director of Human Rights, Supreme Court of Justice of Mendoza. CONICET researcher. Ph.D. Doctor in Law and Bioethics from the University of Barcelona. UNESCO Bioethics Consultant.
MODULE II NEW TECHNOLOGIES, PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY AND PROGRESSIVE AUTONOMY
4. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7 | 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Modality Virtual Conference Boys, girls, adolescents and Social Networks. Dra. Aída Kemelmajer de Carlucci Emeritus Professor. Doctor of Law. Minister of the Supreme Court of Justice of Mendoza 1983-2010. Joint Judge of the Supreme Court of the Nation. Member of the Commission of Notables in charge of carrying out the reforms of the Civil Code and the Commercial Code.
5. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14 | 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Virtual mode Progressive autonomy and change in generational dynamics. Hypervulnerability of children, adolescents. Dr. Gustavo Caramelo Professor. Specialist in Administration of Justice UBA. National Civil Judge. Member of the National Commission for Access to Justice of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation. Digital contracts; Boys, girls, adolescents as consumers. Dr. Alejandro Chamatropulos Lawyer. Magister. Director of the Innovation & Law Supplement of the newspaper La Ley (Thomson Reuters). Director Diploma in Consumer Law and Def. of the UCEMA Competition. Rapporteur of the Supreme Court of Justice of Tucumán.
6. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21 | 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Mixed modality (according to protocols in force at the time of dictation) Sharenting and right to the image. Dr. Eduardo Molina Quiroga Professor. Doctor in Civil Law UBA. Co-Director of the Specialization Degree in Computer Law at the Law School of the University of Buenos Aires. Boys, girls, adolescents as consumers and the Right to be forgotten. Mgtr. Nadia Tordi Teacher. Magister in Magistracy and Judicial Management (UNCUYO. Adviser for Minors and Incapacitates. Member of the Technical Commission of the Council of the Magistracy of Menagency.
7. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 | 17 to 19 hs Mixed mode (according to protocols in force at the time of issuance) Science and Technology at the service of the Right to identity of Boys, girls, adolescents as consumers. DNA delivery. Debate and jurisprudence workshop. Dra. Mariel Molina de Juan Professor. Doctor of Law (UNCUYO). Specialist in Constitutional Law from the University of Salamanca. Director of the Master in Family Law. Holder of the Family Law Chair, UNCUYO Law School.
MODULE III NEW TECHNOLOGIES FROM A TRANSDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
8. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5 | 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Virtual Modality Cybercrime and gender. Prof. Horacio Azzolin Federal Prosecutor. Head of the Specialized Cybercrime Fiscal Unit (UFECI). Representative of the Public Ministry in the Ibero-American Network for International Legal Cooperation.
Grooming and material of sexual abuse of children, adolescents as consumers. Dr. Santiago Garay Lawyer. Special Prosecutor of the Public Ministry of the Province of Mendoza.
9. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12 | 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Virtual mode Artificial intelligence and personal relationships. Privacy as a means of payment and personal data as a commodity. The role of artificial intelligence around emotions. Dra. Helga Lell Lawyer. Doctor of Law. Researcher Conicet. Research and Postgraduate Coordinator (FCEyJ, UNLPampa). Specialist in Social and Cultural Studies. Innovation, diversity and inclusion. Lic. Cintia González Oviedo Advisor on Labor Inclusion Policies at the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Security of the Nation. Founder and Executive Director Bridge The Gap - Diversity, Equality and Communications.
10. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19 | 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Virtual Conversation Modality Techno-social knowledge and the right to education in times of digital connection. Dra. Fernanda Ozollo Professor and researcher UNCUYO. Doctor in Management and planning for educational quality in the society of the XXI century from the Univ.de Jaén, Spain. Master in Education, Psychism and Informatics (UNLZ). ). Director of the Master's Degree in Teaching in Digital Scenarios at AUSA and Director of the Diploma "Education in Digital Culture" at the Faculty of Education at UNCUYO. Lic. Fernando Peirone Sociologist. Professor at UNSAM. CEA of the UNC. Director of the Interuniversity Observatory of Society, Technology and Education. Director of the Applied Youth Knowledge Program at UNSAM. Moderated by: Marcela Ilacqua
MODULE IV NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM
11. WEDNESDAY, MAY 26 | 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Mixed modality (according to protocols in force at the time of issuance) Digital dignity and procedural channels. Local experiences and projections. Virtuality and family courts. Pandemic effect or the digital file. Debate and jurisprudence workshop. Seminary team. Guests. Prof. Bárbara Peñaloza Lawyer. Master in Digital Law and New Technologies University of Salamanca. Coordinator of the Diploma in Digital Law and State 4.0 of the UCH. Founding Member of Conciencia en Red.
12. CLOSING CONFERENCE:
MONDAY, MAY 31 | 5:00 p.m. Virtual Technology and Justice modality. Dr. Mario Adaro Minister of the Supreme Court of Justice of Mendoza. President of the Federal Institute of Innovation, Technology and Justice. Master in Digital Law and New Technologies University of Salamanca. Academic Director of the Diploma in Cybercrime and digital evidence. • Attendance certificates will be awarded (75%) • To obtain an approval certificate it is required: - To comply with 75% of the attendance (duly justified absences will be considered. - Approve a written work in which they must address a doctrinal issue , analysis of a judicial case or investigation of a curricular activity of the subject Requirements: maximum length 10 pages