European Data Ethics Forum 2019

On AI, personal data control and ethical data. Read more on dataethics.eu/conference19

Torsdag, 10 oktober, 2019 - 09:00 to 17:00

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Program

08:30 Doors are open for coffee, tea and croissants
09:00 Welcome
  • Practicalities/housekeeping by Hans Ravnkjær Larsen, Dansk IT
  • Status on Data Ethics by Pernille Tranberg, Dataethics.eu
09:30 Keynote: Data protection - Walk the talk by Paul Nemnitz
Paul is the principal Advisor in the EU Directorate General for Justice and
Consumers. As the former Director for Fundamental Rights and Citizen’s
Rights, he led the reform of Data Protection legislation in the EU
10:15 Power Meet & Greet Break
10:45 European High-Level Expert Group and AI and Ethics
DataEthics.eu's member Gry Hasselbach will give a status on the Expert
Group’s progress, desired outcome, milestones, perspectives, and the next
things to come …
11:00 AI & Ethics cases and discussion
  • Boost.ai - Camilla Gjetvik, Chief Operating Officer, on how Boost makes and markets chatbots in fierce competetion with global players
  • Okra.ai - Loubna Bouarfa, CEO and founder, on how Okra works ethically with artificial intelligence in healthcare.
  • Calcabis - Kasper W Rost. CEO and founder. Using AI with no personal data
11.40 Discussion AI & Ethics - moderated by Birgitte Kofod Olsen
12:00 Dilemma Game
We debate a few dilemmas on Data Ethics IRL – In Real Life. Stay tuned, lean
forward.
12:15 Lunch & Networking
  • meet our cool sponsors (who are focusing on privacy and data ethics Mozilla and Eyeo)
  • Data ethics in practise. Share common pitfalls, view, tips and tricks with Piek Visser-Knijffl privacy and data-ethicist
13:15 Danish Data Ethics cases
  • Saxo Claus Kenberg. Claus is CCO and CDO in Saxo, an online bookstore and platform for self-publishers on how they will try and beat global players
  • Aarhus Municipality Mikkel Højbjerg, digital site manager, on how the second largest municipality in DK is implementing data ethics
14:05 Denmark's Dataetiske Råd – A National Ambition
Rikke Hvilshøj, Danish IT, is a member and will give a status on the Danish
Governmentally initiated Counsil on Data Ethics (Dataetisk Råd).
 
14:15 Discussion What is DataEthics? - moderated by Catrine Søndergaard Byrne
14:30 Break & Networking
15:00 Individual data control and discussion
  • Solid Mitzi László is the Community Manager of Solid, a Tim Berners-Lee led initiative with the goal to decentralise power on the web to ensure that it is used for the global public good
  • MAIF/MyData Sarah Medjek from the University of Paris Nanterre will tell about how the French teachers' owned insurance company MAIF is giving back data to their customers, and how individual data control impact individuals' attitudes and behavior
15:30 Discussion on individual data control - moderated by Pernille Tranberg
15:45 Dilemma game
16:00 Keynote tbc
may be Finn Myrstad, Forbrukerrådet Norway who has reached international fame on testing consumer products on privacy/ethics or CEO of appear.in a Norwegian ethical alternative to Zoom and Skype.
16:50 Wrap-up – what did we learn today? - by Hans Ravnkjær Larsen
17:00 Goodbye and Good Luck

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Sidst opdateret: Business in Society platforms // 15/08/2019