Understand data-privacy as a design methodology.
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With so much of AI artefacts, programmes, tools and technologies raising concerns, how much of AI and algorithms underpinning the online world is designed with data-privacy and data ethics as a development philosophy? This guest lecture aims to deliver a ‘Your Right to Privacy Online’ tutorial developed as a free informal education resource from an EU funded project, CSI-COP, concerned with fundamental AI ethics: extent of online tracking.
About the speaker
Dr. Huma Shah
Dr. Huma Shah joined Coventry University in June 2014 from Reading University where she gained her PhD in ‘Deception-detection and machine intelligence in Practical Turing tests’. She worked on the EU FP7 funded ‘RoboLaw’ project. She is Director of Science (Co-Investigator) on a Coventry University-led, ten partner international consortium delivering the EU Horizon2020 research and innovation funded project (CSI-COP) concerned with online data-privacy. The CSI-COP project applies a citizen science approach to investigate tracking-by-default and GDPR compliance in website cookies and smart phone apps. CSI-COP has been shortlisted for the ‘Best Innovative Privacy Project’ category in the inaugural Privacy, InfoSec, Culture, Change, Awareness, Societal, Organisation.
More information on the EU Horizon2020 project
Related Experiences: Huma teaches technology/AI ethics to students from different courses in Coventry University.
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