The Secure Collaborative Intelligent Industrial Assets (SeCoIIA) project organised a full-day online workshop dedicated to achieving its Objective 5 – the PELICAN objective, namely to “emPower and rEsponsibiLIse key actors of the manufacturing value chain, seCure machine decision making, Adapt regulatory framework and eNforce the law.”.
The event aimed to gather the different perspectives of participants coming from various fields, by offering them the chance to participate in an elevated discussion with esteemed panelists and contribute to the impact of the SeCoIIA project’s accountability framework.
For more information about the workshop, please refer to this article.
Following are the webinars presented during the workshop:
Session 1: Liability and Due Diligence in Collaborative Manufacturing
|Prof Dr Teresa Rodríguez de las Heras Ballell||Webinar Link|
|Katerina Yordanova: Is Liability Changing? The Business and Human Right Case||Webinar Link|
|Orian Dheu: Autonomous Vehicles: Selected Liability Challenges||Webinar Link|
Session 2: Data Rights in Collaborative Manufacturing
|Rajesh Gopinath: Managed Detection & Response for Collaborative Manufacturing||Webinar Link|
|Fernando Guerrero: Collaborative Security Operations Centre: Challenges of Information Sharing||Webinar Link|
|Elisabetta Biasin: Accountability in Collaborative Manufacturing – Healthcare Use Case||Webinar Link|
Session 3: Intellectual Property Rights in Collaborative Manufacturing
|Dr Jean-Marc Deltorn: From Simulation to AI: Patentability of Industry 4.0 Applications||Webinar Link|
|Ivo Emanuilov: Free and Open Source Software Licensing of Machine Learning Software||Webinar Link|
Session 4: Legal and Technical Investigation of incidents and accidents in Collaborative Manufacturing
|Ching-Yu Kao & Karla Markert: How to Protect AI?||Webinar Link|
|Dr Stanislav Dashevskiy: Investigating Incidents in OT Networks||Webinar Link|
|Prof Dr Giuseppe Vaciago||Webinar Link|
Here is a playlist of all webinars: