Natalie Bertels

Valorisation Manager - Senior legal researcher, IMEC / KU Leuven / Big Data Value Association

Natalie Bertels is a senior legal researcher and valorization expert. She specializes in new technologies and the development of data-driven services and products. Her research focuses on the legal and ethical challenges of a big data/cloud/IoT/AI setting and the methodologies and implementation of privacy by design. Currently, she is involved in the PRiSE project (Privacy-by-design Regulation in Software Engineering), working on an integrated (legal-technical) risk assessment methodology and in the imec Smart City initiative City of Things. She is the co-chair of the Policy and Societal Task Force of the Big Data Value Association.

Natalie is speaking at

Focus Track 4 - New challenges ahead: Data, AI and the new Society
November 4, 2020
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Speakers

  • Natalie Bertels (Speaker) Valorisation Manager - Senior legal researcher, IMEC / KU Leuven / Big Data Value Association
  • Stefano Modafferi (Speaker) Senior Researcher, University of Southampton
  • Gash Bhullar (Speaker) Chief Executive Officer / Chairman, European Factory Foundation (EFF)
  • Nuria Oliver (Speaker) Co-founder and Vicepresident; Chief Data Scientist, ELLIS - The European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems and Data-Pop Alliance
  • Paul Lukowicz (Speaker) DFKI
  • Gabriella Cattaneo (Speaker) IDC
  • Clara Neppel (Speaker) Senior Director, IEEE

Description

This panel will explore the utilization of data and AI for the benefit of society in the context of the present COVID-19 pandemic. The discussion will explore the practical dimensions and challenges of finding a delicate balance between urgently implementing AI technologies in critical sectors such as healthcare, transport and logistic and manufacturing and maintaining the necessary levels of protection of human rights and corporate interests prescribed by the European regulatory and legislative framework.

 

Focus Track 4 - New challenges ahead: Data, AI and the new Society
November 4, 2020
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Speakers

  • Aljoscha Burchardt (Chair) Senior Researcher, DFKI
  • Natalie Bertels (Chair) Valorisation Manager - Senior legal researcher, IMEC / KU Leuven / Big Data Value Association
  • Freek Bomhof (Chair) senior consultant, TNO
  • Sabine Ammon (Speaker) Professor, TU Berlin
  • Joanna Bryson (Speaker) Professor of Ethics and Technology, Hertie School
  • Raja Chatila (Speaker) Professor emeritus, Université Sorbonne
  • Andrea Renda (Speaker) Senior Research Fellow, Head of Global Governance, Regulation, Innovation and Digital Economy, CEPS; Part-time Professor, School of Transnational Governance, EUI., CEPS and EUI

Description

The fast and far-reaching introduction of Data and AI technologies in all sectors has a big impact on our personal lives and on our society as a whole. The opportunities to bring new solutions to societal problems are paramount. We should however also consider and cater for the associated risks.

Our society is changing, how should we prepare?

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