The Deconstruction of the DSAR ~ using Automation and AI
- November 28, 2019
- 5:50 PM to 8:00 PM
- Tangent - Trinity’s Ideas Workspace, Trinity College Dublin
- 212 497 5686
A legal and technical discussion on the use of AI in Privacy, brought to you by BeaconAI and Broadlake.
Many of today’s advances in AI are due to the availability of massive amounts of data. Much of this data is personal in nature, and subject to the General Data Protection Regulation. In addition, there is much public unease about how AI systems might compromise individual privacy, agency, and even human rights.
Data Subject Access Requests is the central topic for this event. We will hear about the reality of working in a privacy office with a high level of DSARs to service, and how to employ best practice to meet this demand in compliance to the GDPR with efficiency and accuracy.
Two panels will cover the topic from a legal standpoint and a technical standpoint leading to discourse around how automation can resolve many business needs.
The event will be moderated by Pete Smyth from Broadlake.
- 6:00 PM — 6:05 PM
- 6:05 PM — 6:45 PM
- 6:45 PM — 7:25 PM
- 7:25 PM — 7:30 PM
- 7:30 PM — 8:00 PM
Pete Smyth from Broadlake (MC)
Professor Barry O’Sullivan, University College Cork
Niamh Parker, Co Founder – Beacon AI
Michelle Kingston, Head of Privacy – Beacon AI
Eoin O’Dell ,Trinity College Dublin
Philipa Jane Farley, ProPrivacy
Allan Beechinor, CEO & Co Founder – Beacon AI
Brian McElligott, Partner – Mason Hayes & Curran
Johannes Ahlmann, Head of Data Science – Beacon AI
Ciara Byrne Managing Director – Beacon AI (Closing Remarks)