Celebrating Our Digital Rights1315 K Street NW, Washington, DC 20005
Join the Center for Democracy & Technology for a warm cocktail reception on the afternoon prior to the inauguration of the 45th president. The event will start with a brief program focused on the values we must uphold over the next four years, followed by a cocktail reception and conversation on how we can minimize inequality, promote free expression, and protect digital civil liberties though technology and policy.
The Right to Obscurity: Implementing the Google-Spain DecisionRue Royale-Sainte-Marie 22, 1030 Schaerbeek, Brussels
On May 13, 2014, the CJEU announced a decision that required Google to delist certain internet search results when a search query was made using an individual’s name. This CPDP session will bring together experts from a variety of jurisdictions to discuss the decision and how the criteria of the court is implemented.
Algorithmic Decision Making, AI, and Fundamental RightsRue Royale-Sainte-Marie 22, 1030 Schaerbeek, Brussels
From a technological perspective, the purpose of this CPDP panel is to present some recent developments in algorithmic decision-making, focusing on AI applications, and to present examples of how such decision-making works in practice. From a legal perspective, the panel explores issues pertaining to the regulation of algorithmic decision-making, addressing issues of fairness, transparency and responsibilities. It also addresses the (im)possibility of using algorithmic decision making for fundamental rights cases, notably data privacy, and other questions concerning interplay between AI and fundamental rights.
The evening, fondly known as Tech Prom, will feature the most influential minds of today’s tech policy world, and will highlight the most pressing issues in the field. It will also provide many opportunities to mingle, connect, and exchange views with a variety of attendees from all sectors.