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László Lovászy

LÁSZLÓ LOVÁSZY received his law degree in 2000 and earned his Ph.D. title (2007) in the field of labor law, international law and social policy. He worked for the ministries of social and labor affairs between 2001 and 2009 in Budapest. He was the first disabled scientific advisor at the European Parliament between 2009 and 2018. He is an expert to the United Nations' Committee of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities since 2012. He has now been working as a ministerial commissioner on supporting strategic governmental research since 2018. He is also a senior research fellow of the Faculty of International Relations and Diplomacy at the National University of Public Service in Budapest and an associate senior research fellow at Social Futuring Center (SFC) of Corvinus University of Budapest. He is a member of The Artificial Intelligence Coalition of Hungary. He publishes widely on robotics, bioethics, biotechnology, the rights and challenges of persons with disabilities, as well as on education and technological innovation.


11 January 2020
"In future, people who can continuously educate themselves will be needed; people who can cooperate and co-create with artificial intelligence. What will be needed is not just labour but, increasingly, “post-Renaissance men”. In addition, the development of artificial intelligence may redefine both legal capacity and productivity. To put it simply, one of the main questions is whether an advanced intelligence with an artificial neural system will reach the status of slaves in ancient times."
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