Alžběta Krausová is a legal researcher at the Department of Private Law of the Institute of State and Law of the Czech Academy of Sciences. Her research focuses on legal and interdisciplinary research in the area of intellectual property law and technology law, namely artificial intelligence, data protection law, biometrics and legal questions arising from technological developments and convergence of technologies. Currently, she is also a PhD student at the Institute of Law and Technology at Masaryk University’s Faculty of Law. Her doctoral research focuses on legal issues related to new technologies, especially on merging technology with organic life. She is a public speaker and an external lecturer at the Czech Technical University and at Charles University in Prague.

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