Agenda

February 22 – 23, 2023

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Date and Time Topic

Speakers

02/22
5 PM – 6 PM
(PT)

Panel 1:

Digital ID and service delivery – public sector, private sector, and humanitarian applications.

We rely on the World Bank ID4D Group’s definition of Digital ID, as an “identification system that uses digital technology throughout the identity lifecycle, including for data capture, validation, storage, and transfer; credential management; and identity verification and authentication.

Jon Callas, Electronic Frontier Foundation

Nathan Paschoalani, Data Privacy Brasil

Vijayant Singh, Ikigai Law

02/22
6 PM – 7 PM
(PT)

Panel 2:

Facial recognition and AI – surveillance in commercial and non-commercial contexts

We rely on Joy Boulamwini and Timnit Gebru’s landmark project Gender Shades to define facial recognition technology as the use of face perception tasks performed using AI system, including face detection, face classification and face recognition. We are interested in both public sector and private sector use of this technology.

Luca Belli, Fundação Getulio Vargas Law School

Lothar Determann, Baker Mackenzie

Josh Lee, Future of Privacy Forum

Vidushi Marda, Article 19 and Carnegie India

Dr. Shivangi Narayan, Engineer and Journalist

02/23
8:30 AM – 9:30
AM (PT)

Panel 3:

Commercial digital wellness – datafication in the consumer health space

Borrowing from the World Health Organization’s Constitution to define wellness not as the absence of disease or infirmity, but as the state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being. As a result, we are interested in non-diagnostic applications of commercial digital wellness technology.

Jordan Famularo, UC Berkeley Center for Long-term Cybersecurity

Pablo Paredes, University of Maryland Institue for Advanced Computer Studies

Tatiana Rice, Future of Privacy Forum

 

February 23
9:30 AM – 10:30 AM (PST)

Panel 4:

Pathways for the future – global strategies and alliances for data protection

Bruno Bioni, Data Privacy Brasil

Alexa Koenig, UC Berkeley Law – Human Rights Center

Anja Kovacs, Independent Researcher

Shreya Ramann, Trilegal

Quito Tsui, The Engine Room