Privacy and big data - annual conference PI.lab

Louwman Museum, The Hague, The Netherlands • 09 Dec 2016

The PI.lab conference 2016 is dedicated to big data and privacy. Given the widespread dissemination of data and the increasing sophistication of machine learning techniques, privacy as a fundamental right requires more focused attention. The conference brings together researchers, practitioners, business people and policy makers to get informed by recent insights and discuss relevant issues.

Topics cover the expectations concerning the pending privacy legislation (General Data Protection Regulation), novel encryption approaches to enable smart identity and privacy solutions, societal behaviour in the advent of the big data society, a philosophical reflection on privacy and technology, and a privacy framework under construction. Two panels (a scientific and a social one) complete the programme.

Fee: €150,- lunch and drinks included. Reduced fee for students and employees of a university: €75,-.

Registration by sending an email to Mrs Irma Haerkens (info@pilab.nl). Registration is accepted when payment has been received.


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