Ensuring Data Protection and Data Safety
The creation of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) legislation in the EU means that every European organization has to account for the safe and proper handling of citizen’s personal data or risk a fine of up to 4% on their gross annual revenue. This legislation has global implications as every major organization has data of EU citizens or that flows through EU servers. This legislation provides a massive opportunity to increase ethical considerations in the creation of AI/S and technology in general where organizations can go beyond compliance and reframe innovation to provably align their products and services with end user values.
John C. Havens
John C. Havens is Executive Director of The IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems whose mission is to ensure every technologist is educated, trained, and empowered to prioritize ethical considerations in the design and development of autonomous and intelligent systems. John was an Executive Vice President of a Top Ten PR Firm, a Vice President of a tech startup, and an independent consultant where he has worked with clients such as Gillette, Proctor and Gamble, Hewlett Packard, Wal-Mart, Ford, Allstate, Monster, Gallo Wines, and Merck. He is also the Founder of The Happathon Project, a non-profit utilizing emerging technology and positive psychology to increase human wellbeing. John is also a regular contributor on issues of technology and wellbeing to Mashable, The Guardian, HuffPo and TechCrunch and is author of the books, Heartificial Intelligence: Embracing Our Humanity To Maximize Machines and Hacking Happiness: Why Your Personal Data Counts and How Tracking it Can Change the World (both published by TarcherPerigee, an imprint of Penguin Random House). John is also Principal of Transitional Media Consulting.
Bastiaan van Loenen
Dr. Bastiaan van Loenen is Associate Professor at Delft University of Technology’s faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, where he directs the Knowledge Centre Open Data. His research revolves around promoting the (re)use of information, geographic data in particular.
Lorenzo Dalla Corte
Lorenzo Dalla Corte is a doctoral candidate at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society, and a legal researcher at TU Delft’s faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. He holds master degrees in law from LUISS Guido Carli and in law and technology from Tilburg University. His research is on privacy and data protection.
Publication Year: 2018