[Information]Digital Identity Study Group “Illegality of Deepfakes”(June 3, 2024) 

With the spread of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, society has become aware of the possibility of creating sophisticated synthetic images (including video) of individuals. However, the problem of so-called deepfakes goes beyond the possibility of misleading people into believing that the content is true.
 This symposium will examine the illegality of sexually explicit images from both a civil and criminal law perspective.

(1) Deepfakes and Civil Law in Japan
  Speaker: Prof. Kunifumi Saito (Keio Univ.)
  Discussant: Prof. Masahiko Sudo (Keio Univ.)

(2) Punishment of Production and Distribution of Sexual Images in Taiwan
  Invited Speaker: Prof. Huang Shixuan (National Chengchi Univ.)
  Discussant: Prof. Masaki Ueda (Kanagawa Univ.)

This event is supported by JST Moonshot R&D Project with the Grant Number JPMJMS2215.

Date & Time: Monday, June 3, 2024 | 14:00-17:30
・Onsite: North Building 1F hall, Keio University Mita Campus (Max.capacity: 100)
・Online: Zoom webinar (Max.capacity: 300)
Eligibility: Open to everyone
 *Either way, advance registration is required
Method: Onsite and Online(Zoom Webinar)
Language: Japanese
Hosts: Cyber-Physical Sustainability Center (CPS Center), Keio University
   (Under the auspices of Association of Law and Information Systems)
Fees: Free
Registration: Please register using the registration form below.
Inquiries: Digital Identity Study Group