Catelijne Muller is President of ALLAI, an independent organisation that promotes Responsible AI. She is a member of the EU High Level Expert Group on AI where she co-lead the development of the Assessment List for Trustworthy AI. She is AI-Rapporteur at the European Economic and Social Commission (EESC), where she wrote the first EU-level opinion on AI & Society in 2017 as well as the opinion on the EU Whitepaper on AI. She was President of the EESC Temporary Studygroup on AI from 2018 – 2012, that lead to the formation of a new EESC body, the Digital Single Market Observatory, of which she is currently a member. She advises the Council of Europe’s Commission on AI (CAHAI) on “The Impact of AI on Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law”. Catelijne holds a masters degree in Dutch Civil Law and worked as a high-stakes lawyer/litigator from 1997 – 2012.