Head of the RANEPA Center of Competence and Analysis of OECD Standards Antonina Levashenko to take part in the panel discussion
How to define who is responsible in case an AI-powered machine makes a mistake? How to draft legal regulations intended to develop digital technologies in the transportation field? Antonina Levashenko from OECD RANEPA will elaborate on these and other questions during the panel discussion.
Antonina Levashenko is an expert in international tax law, digital economy, and crypto economy, member of the Russian Association of International Law. The speaker consults public agencies on the integration of responsible business management standards in the Russian legislation, and collaborates with the Eurasian Commission on the Development of the Trading and Macroeconomic Policy of the Eurasian Economic Union.
Antonina holds the position of the Head of the RANEPA Center of Competence and Analysis of OECD Standards that detects contradictions between standards and legislation in such directions as investments, economy, trading, control and supervision activity, business development, and many others.
The expert will take part in the panel discussion titled “Regulatory support of digital technologies development in the automotive industry”. Together with other law specialists, Antonina Levashenko will discuss all regulatory subtleties that may arise in the process of implementing digital technologies in the automotive industry.
The discussion will take place as part of the industry-specific event Connected Car Conference held in Moscow on May 23.