Moderator: Lachlan Urquhart
Audio system: Hiroshi Miyashita, Lena Podoletz, Konstantina Vemou, Kentaro Ryu, Paul Breitbarth

Organisation: Chuo College

Room: On-line 1

Timing: 11:45 – 13:00 on 28 January 2021

This panel compares the emergence of emotional AI applied sciences in Japanese and UK/EU contexts. We are going to unpack the phil-osophical, social, moral, cultural, authorized and design questions surrounding monitoring of have an effect on, emotion and intention in settings comparable to houses, workplaces and public areas. We are going to mirror on how machine-readable feelings will impression elementary rights and citizen pursuits, notably in relation to info privateness, knowledge safety and human relationships with syn-thetic personalities. The panel will think about some implications of information safety within the case of facial recognition and autonomous robotic automotive in public areas and good cities.

• How do rising applied sciences change our life and what’s the state-of-the-art of emotional AI in good cities?
• What can we be taught from cross cultural views on have an effect on/emotion sensing in Japan and Europe?
• What are the suitable knowledge topics rights and governance mechanisms for invisible sensing in good cities?
• How can we design for an moral life in good cities?

Lachlan Urquhart
College of Edinburgh (UK)
I’m a Lecturer in Know-how Regulation on the College of Edinburgh and Visiting Researcher at Horizon, College of Nottingham. I’ve a multidisciplinary background in laptop science (PhD) and regulation (LL.B; LL.M). My foremost analysis pursuits are in human laptop interplay, ubiquitous computing, knowledge safety and cybersecurity. I’ve been Co-I on funded tasks totalling over £5m from EPSRC, ESRC, AHRC, Universitas 21, Impression Accelerator Funds, and Analysis Precedence Funds. For latest publications and undertaking actions see right here

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Hiroshi Miyashita
Chuo College (JP)
Hiroshi Miyashita is Affiliate Professor of Regulation, College of Coverage Research, at Chuo College in Japan and focuses on Constitutional Regulation and Data Regulation.
Previous to this, he has served for the Workplace of Private Data Safety within the Cupboard Workplace.
He obtained his LL.D. from Hitotsubashi College and has performed analysis on knowledge privateness as a visiting scholar at Harvard Regulation Faculty, Brussels Privateness Hub, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, CRIDS (Centre de Recherche Data, Droit et Société), College of Namur, and Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.

Lena Podoletz
College of Edinburgh (UK)
Dr Lena Podoletz is a Analysis Fellow in Emotional AI and Good Cities on the College of Edinburgh. Her foremost analysis areas are algorithmic bias and transparency, the usage of algorithmic decision-making methods in legal justice and policing, social exclusion and marginalisation and the regulation and use of city house.

Konstantina Vemou
Konstantina joined the EDPS as a Know-how and Safety Officer in 2020. As a part of the Know-how and Privateness unit, she offers recommendation on know-how developments having an impression on privateness and different elementary rights, because of the processing of non-public knowledge. Among the many matters she focuses on: privateness and knowledge safety by design and by default, knowledge safety impression evaluation and facial recognition. Her research are within the space of Data and Communication Programs and he or she holds a PhD in Privateness by design in Social Networking Providers, from the College of the Aegean. Her skilled expertise contains 10 years within the Hellenic public sector, in areas of safety and private knowledge safety.

Kentaro Ryu
Paul Breitbarth
TrustArc (NL)
Paul Breitbarth is a privateness lawyer from the Netherlands. In 2016, he joined the Canadian firm Nymity, which grew to become a part of TrustArc in November 2019. He serves as Director, EU Coverage and Technique and is predicated in The Hague (NL). Paul contributes to TrustArc’s thought management by way of papers, webinars and public talking alternatives on quite a lot of matters, together with accountability, the demonstration of compliance and coping with a number of knowledge safety legal guidelines with one single privateness program. Paul additionally maintains regulator contacts throughout the EU. He’s Sr. Visiting Fellow at Maastricht College’s European Centre on Privateness and Cybersecurity.

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