New training network for privacy issues
In the 21st century, maintaining a citizen's right to individual privacy is rapidly becoming unattainable. The advent of artificial intelligence, the ubiquity of sensors and biometrics, massively expanding processing power, and modern data mining all contribute to this. The Privacy Matters Innovative Training Network (PriMa ITN) will train upcoming researchers to develop solutions. Bringing together industrial and academic expertise while considering technological, ethical, legal and psychological issues will help prepare a new generation of researchers to effectively tackle this looming societal challenge. Academic partners from around Europe will run inter-related PhD programmes, where PriMa early-stage researchers will collaborate, facilitating knowledge exchange by visiting and working on their project at other partner universities, as well as with industrial partners.
Field of science
- /natural sciences/computer and information sciences/artificial intelligence
- /natural sciences/computer and information sciences/data science/data mining
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