István Böröcz is invited to speak at the 2020 Leuven AI Law&Ethics Conference (LAILEC). He will present the topic “The exposed psyche and the constitutional ambiguities of mind-reading” at the panel “AI in Health: The ethics of human enhancement”. In his presentation, István will elaborate on the intrusiveness and, consequentially, the permissibility of brain-related data practices on the right to privacy. He will examine how the law interacts with science in defining mind reading and proposes in this context a legal discussion of what privacy of the mind is and how it can be interpreted according to the European Convention on Human Rights and the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. The LAILEC aims to gather researchers from multiple disciplines, incl. law, philosophy, political and social sciences, computer sciences to discuss the contemporary legal, ethical, regulatory and governance challenges of artificial intelligence. The full program of the conference can be found here.