Helena U. Vrabec's key note at the 2018 Information Law and Policy Centre’s Annual Lecture in London
On November 23, eLaw researcher Helena U. Vrabec participated in a keynote panel at the 2018 Information Law and Policy Centre’s Annual Lecture in London, where policymakers, practitioners, industry, civil society, and leading academic experts addressed and examined the key legal frameworks and policies relevant to the governance and regulation of AI-driven systems that are changing our daily interactions, communications, and relationships with the public and private sectors.
In her talk, Helena focused on the GDPR principles of proportionality, transparency and accountability, and gave some examples of practical implementation that could lead to enhanced privacy and AI fairness in smart cities.
Other key note panelists were the Surveillance Camera Commissioner Tony Porter, Silkie Carlo, Chief Executive of Big Brother Watch and Peter Wells, Head of Policy at Open Data Institute.
The annual lecture was delivered by Baroness Onora O’Neill, Crossbench Member of the House of Lords and Board Member of the Centre for the Future of Intelligence, University of Cambridge.