The second European Data Ethics Forum will be held September 28th in Copenhagen with inspirational keynotes and cases within data ethics.
Program in Progress:
Laura Sophien Dornheim is head of communications at eyeo GmbH, a German company behind AdblockPlus and Flattr. AdblockPlus is used by over half a billion users worldwide to block ads, tracking cookies and viruses, and Flattr, working out of Sweden, is building a system where creators of content can be compensated. Dr Laura Sophie Dornheim will talk about eyeo from a data ethical/privacy angle. What are eyeo's values, how are their products designed and their organisation built on these values. How do they see the consumer reactions evolve in the existing internet business model based on tracking ads. Laura has a background in business management and computer science, is a doctor of philosophy, a candidate for the German Parliament for Die Grünen and a feminist.
Kasper Holst Hansen is the founder and CEO of EduLab, the company behind the most popular digital math portal in Denmark. Kasper will talk about why EduLab created their data ethical guidelines, why they are so important to EduLab, and the reasons behind his belief that data ethics will be a competitive advantage for a short period only - soon it will become a precondition for every company just like paying employees a salary. Kasper, an economist and mathematician, is a former lecturer at Copenhagen Business School and founded EduLab in 2006. (Photo by Egon Gade)
Cécile Wendling is Group Head of Foresight at Axa, a multinational French-based insurance company. She will talk about how Axa works with privacy and data ethics; which challenges they are facing and which solutions they have arrived at (so far) in their work with ethical algorithms - especially when it comes to insuring smart cars and Internet of Things. Dr. Cécile Wendling works on forward looking topics such as insuring the circular economy, insuring AI & driverless car, blockchain, smart cities, etc. She has flagged data privacy as a key issue for the future of insurance. She is also Associate Researcher at Centre de Sociologie des Organisations (CNRS-Sciences po Paris).
We (Dansk IT and Dataethics.eu) are working at the program 📋. If you know you want to come and want an email, once we have the registration ready, send and 📧 to email@example.com. Do that also if you want to be a sponsor (you will be featured on this right side of the page, once you sign up and get many more advantages) or have a great idea for a speaker/case.
Read all about the European Data Ethics Forum 2017 and see the videos here