Biohacking & Life Tracking

D&I webinar series

tiistai 23.11.2021
klo 9.00 – 10.00
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D&I Innovation Powerhouse webinar:

Biohacking & Life Tracking – miten terveystiedoista luodaan vastuullista liiketoimintaa

D&I Innovation Powerhousen  webinaarisarjan syksyn viimeisessä osassa tarkastelemme, miten kuluttajan itsestään keräämistä tiedoista, erityisesti terveystiedoista, luodaan vastuullista liiketoimintaa.

Webinaarissa Juli Mansnérus, Iiris Kivikari ja Mirva Arvola kertovat, minkälaista juridiikkaa biohakkerointi ja kehonmittaus kätkevät sisäänsä ja mitä yritysten tulisi ottaa huomioon hyödyntäessään tällaista tietoa esimerkiksi tuotekehityksessään, kuluttajapalveluiden tarjoamisessa taikka tieteellisessä tutkimuksessa.

Pureudumme myös yrityskaupan jälkeiseen tiedon uudelleen järjestelyyn ja terveysdatan käytön kilpailuoikeudellisiin puoliin muun muassa Euroopan komission Google/Fitbit-tapauksen kautta.

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In D&I Innovation Powerhouse’s webinar series our lawyers address topical issues such as cooperation with authorities, legislation of AI-technologies and development, regulation, data transfers and reporting to the company executives.

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