AI & Machine Learning, Data

Emerging privacy enhancing technologies (PETs) have the potential to unlock data-driven innovation across sectors, but there remain barriers to their adoption including a lack of awareness, understanding, and expertise of these technologies and how to embed them in good organisational practice. In the session, we will showcase the research that the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation (CDEI) has done on PETs, discuss their implications for policy and regulation, highlight potential limitations of the technologies, and discuss the technical, organisational and cultural changes that may be required to enable their effective adoption.
Finally, we will ask our panellists to provide their vision for how these potentially transformative technologies could bring about benefits for society as they become increasingly mature and are increasingly adopted in the future, and how we can harness them most effectively.

Join Damini Satija and Dave Buckley, policy advisors at the CDEI in a discussion on how PETs can be used by organisations interested in applying them but who are unsure of where to begin.

Dog, giraffe, or kangaroo? The CDEI’s guide to adopting PETs
29th Sep 2021 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Hosted by Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation

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