Kobbi Nissim presented "Differential Privacy and how it Compares with Legal Standard of Privacy" in a poster presentation at The Royal Society, for a workshop on “The Growing Ubiquity of Algorithms in Society: Implications, Impacts and Innovations.”
Privacy Tools team members Alexandra Wood and Stephen Chong are giving a talk on "Robot Lawyers: Automating Legal Compliance for Transferring Private Data." The talk will be on May 14th at 2:00pm at the Boston University School of Law. For more information, please visit https://www.bu.edu/law/news-events/events-calendar/?eid=209434.
Privacy Tools Principal Investigator Latanya Sweeney held a public debate with the French Secretary of State for Digital Commerce about open data and AI algorithms. This debate was televised on French national television. Sweeney consulted with French President Emmanel Macron and joined him at the College de France as he presented the Tricolor Strategy on Artificial Intelligence. This groundbreaking public announcement revealed that there will be open data in France and that all AI algorithms used by the French government for decision-making will be made public, which will...
Project Member Alexandra Wood presented “Differential Privacy: A Primer for a Non-technical Audience” as part of the Future of Privacy Forum De-identification 201: Differential Privacy Webinar on February 15th, 2018.
Privacy Tools Program Manager Kimia Mavon has been awarded the Venkatesh "Venky" Narayanamurti Award for Mentoring and Community Building for her role as Manager of the Center for Research on Computation and Society. Kimia has served CRCS and Privacy Tools tirelessly for four years, coordinating all our projects and events. We're so pleased to honor her contribution to Harvard!
Privacy Tools Principal Investigator Latanya Sweeney has received a Lasting Research Award from the 8th ACM Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy (CODASPY 2018). Congratulations, Latanya!