Entries by barbara.darosa

Unraveling the Threads of Progress: Barbara’s Insightful Challenge to Technocentrism at 4S Conference

On November 08, 2023, Barbara Lazarotto virtually attended the Society for Social Studies of Science 2023 Conference, a conference that focused on Science, Technology, and Society and Science and Technology Studies that took place in Honolulu, Hawaii. Barbara presented her research titled “The history of datafication and the rise of the concept of smart”, a presentation […]

LeADS Working Paper Series Part IV: Data Access And Re-Use In The European Legal Framework For Data, From The GDPR To The Proposed Data Act: The Case Of Vehicle Data

Data Access And Re-Use In The European Legal Framework For Data, From The GDPR To The Proposed Data Act: The Case Of Vehicle Data In their working paper on “Data Access and Re-Use in the European Legal Framework for Data, from the GDPR to the Proposed Data Act: The Case of Vehicle Data” ESRs Tommaso […]

LeADS Working Paper Series

This blog post inaugurates the LeADS Working Paper Series, a series of blog posts that will give the possibility for our Early-Stage Researchers (ESRs) to present and contextualize the Working Papers they have been working on over the past months. Working Papers (WOPA) represent the state of the art in the field of Privacy and Data  […]

ESR Barbara Lazarotto facilitates workshop at FARI

On July 13 ESR Barbara Lazarotto participated as an expert facilitating a workshop at FARI – the AI for the Common Good Institute, which aims to enable, promote and perform cross-disciplinary research on Artificial Intelligence in Brussels led by LeADS beneficiary Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB). The workshop lasted the […]

ESR Barbara Lazarotto moderates “Beyond Data” book discussion

  Brussels Privacy Hub organized a book presentation event on “Beyond Data: Human Rights, Ethical and Social Impact Assessment in AI” by Prof. Alessandro Mantelero at the premises of LeADS beneficiary Vrije Universiteit Brussel. The book explores how data-intensive artificial intelligence (AI) systems have transformed various industries but also how traditional assessment models and procedures, such […]

New book: “AI Law – Between Sectoral Rules and Comprehensive Regime”

Artificial intelligence (AI) has undoubtedly become one of the most transformative technologies in recent years. As its capabilities continue to evolve, so do the legal implications surrounding its use. To shed light on this complex and ever-changing field, a newly published book on AI Law titled AI Law – Between Sectoral Rules and Comprehensive Regime has […]

16th Computers, Privacy & Data Protection – CPDP Conference in Brussels

From 24– 26 May 2023 the 16th International Conference “Computers, Privacy & Data Protection – CPDP” took place in Brussels, Belgium, offering cutting-edge discussions in legal, regulatory, academic, and technological development in privacy and data protection. LeADS was present in panels and activities during the three days of the Conference. Prof. Paul De Hert, one of […]

ESRs present their research at Institut cybersécurité de l’Occitanie workshop

  On the 19th of April 2023, the workshop Journée scientifique du Défi Clef at the Institut cybersécurité de l’Occitanie at The Laboratory for Analysis and Architecture of Systems (LAAS-CNRS) took place in Toulouse, France. The workshop was divided into three sessions the first Session focused on thesis presentations, Session 2 focused on presentations on the topic […]