Seminar

Timing
9h00 - 17h30
Aalst
Seminar

E-invoicing and e-archiving

Timelex lawyer Edwin Jacobs speaks at the study day "E-Invoicing and e-archiving" by Wolters Kluwer.

The event will be in Dutch.

Timing
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
B-Hive - Parvis Sainte-Gudule 5, 1000 Brussels
Seminar

Roundtable: AI

Join B-Hive on September 18 for the monthly event FIN AND TONIC! Prior to this event, Timelex will be participating in a round table on AI.

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roundtable
Timing
17h00
Timelex, 7 Rue Joseph Stevens, 23rd floor, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
Seminar

Roundtable on Blockchain

Join a B-Hive Roundtable on Blockchain on May 2 at 17:00. You will have a chance to meet the experts at Timelex and discuss the ins and outs of blockchain.

Contact Jeroen LeMaire (jeroen.lemaire@b-hive.eu) for more information and register now!

Event website: https://b-hive.eu/event/2019/5/2/roundtable-on-blockchain 

ai-legal-issues
Timing
16h10
BluePoint Brussels, Bd A. Reyers 80, 1030 Brussels
Seminar

AI and legal issues

Timelex lawyer Hans Graux will speak at the seminar AI and legal issues, organized by Agoria and Sirris. The topic of this session is Robot logic: how does an AI use your data, and is that a problem?.

Artificial intelligence is everywhere already, in every cloud based service that we use. But most of the really drastic innovations are still ahead of us. Is the law ready? The GDPR was – depending on who you ask – either a big step forward in protecting your personal data, or a huge barrier to European innovation. And what about non-personal data? How will new initiatives such as the Cybersecurity Act and the Regulation on the Free Flow of Non-Personal Data affect AI development and use cases? This session will provide a pragmatic overview of legislation affecting data security, both for personal and non-personal data.

More information and registration

Timing
13u30 - 17u30
Groot-Bijgaarden
Seminar

Legal aspects of smart contracts and blockchain

The blockchain technology is a handy tool to capture indelible transactions. Although still under development, it has already had an important impact in many sectors. Traditional processes in government, the legal profession, corporate life or the economy in the broad sense lend themselves to blockchain applications.

However, what is the legal impact of using this technology on sound processes and transactions?

These and other new legal issues will be explained in this seminar, which will be in Dutch.