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DATE
Thursday 23 January 2020
VENUE
Grande Halle
SLOT
08.45
ORGANISED BY
Anonos
MODERATOR

Panel Description

The unpredictable and sometimes unimaginable use of data in AI and other secondary (further) processing is a feature, not a bug. For these data uses to achieve their full potential, safeguards must ensure that fundamental rights are protected while still fostering an environment that encourages innovation. This panel will cover how proper implementation of technical and organizational controls can help to support alternative approaches to lawful data use [e.g., GDPR Articles 6.1(f), 6.4, 9.2(j) & 89(1)] when consent is not available – e.g., when processing cannot be described in advance with required specificity. This panel will touch upon the benefits of Pseudonymisation and Data Protection by Design and by Default - as newly defined under the GDPR - to reconcile conflicts between protecting fundamental rights and achieving societal objectives of using, sharing, combining and controlled relinking of personal data for authorized AI and secondary processing.

  • AI and secondary (further) data processing have the potential to advance societal goals
  • Consent is often not available as a legal basis for AI and secondary (further) processing
  • Technical and organizational controls can help to support alternative approaches to lawful data use [e.g., GDPR Articles 6.1(f), 6.4, 9.2(j) & 89(1)] when consent is not available
  • Pseudonymisation and Data Protection by Design and by Default - as newly defined under the GDPR - provide examples of effective safeguards and controls

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