The authors that have been selected through the yearly CPDP Call for Papers will present their research at the CPDP Academic Sessions.
The CPDP Academic Sessions cover a broad range of topics relating to new technologies, privacy, and data protection in the fields of law, social sciences, philosophy, and computer science (as well as other relevant fields). Each session is followed by a short Q&A with the audience.
• Alan Rubel, University of Wisconsin-Madison (US), Clinton Castro, Florida International University (US) and Adam Pham, University of Wisconsin-Madison (US) - "Algorithmic decision systems, agency laundering, and democratic legitimacy"
• Paula Bruening, Sequel Technology and IP Law PLLC (US) and Joshua Kroll, Princeton University (US) - "Considering Transparency: AI, Data Science and the GDPR"
• Arianna Rossi, University of Bologna (IT) and Monica Palmirani, University of Bologna (IT) – “On the Potentials and Limitations of Data Protection Iconography for Information Transparency”
The session will be chaired by Robin Pierce, Tilburg University (NL)