The JPEG committee calls for industry/academic participation to its 3rd workshop on media blockchain.
This free public workshop will be held in Geneva on Wednesday the 20th of March 2019 in conjunction with the 83rd ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29/WG1 (JPEG) Meeting.
20 March 2019
14:00-18:00, ITU Geneva (Montbrillant building 2, rue de Varembé CH-1202 Geneva)
This new C4DT Academy course aims to equip lawyers and policy practitioners with basic and practical ICT knowledge. It will help them understand fundamental challenges of data protection, cyber security, and assess the potential of emerging digital trust technologies.
2018 was a crazy year for privacy. GDPR came into force in May, and new revelations on the personal data ecosystem were making headlines on a weekly basis. Mr. Dehaye will give the behind the scenes for a lot of these events, question why they didn't happen earlier, and offer some thoughts on the necessary future of online services. This talk will include topics such as semantic alignment, interpretable machine learning, or new privacy-preserving data processing techniques.
This event is the follow-up to the highly successful Swiss Blockchain Summer School 2017 and an IACR Cryptology School and is jointly organized by EPFL, ETHZ, and The Initiative for CryptoCurrencies & Contracts (IC3).
It brings together students (Bachelor, Master, PhD), academic researchers, industry professionals, and government employees for an in-depth exchange on the latest trends and developments around cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology, and decentralized applications.
11-14 February 2019, Interlaken Congress Center
Four days of talks, tutorials & workshops, on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence with top speakers from around the world, at EPFL.
26–29 January 2019, SwissTech Convention Center
January 28 13:30–17:00 & January 29 9:00–12:30
The conference includes a track on AI & trust co-organised by C4DT
16h15 - 23 January 2019, EPFL BC420
16h15 - 11 January 2019, EPFL BC410
15h00 - 12 December 2018, EPFL BC410
A growing number of wearable devices are becoming available. By their ability to measure physical activity and physiological characteristics such as heart rate, blood pressure, sleep patterns, etc., they constitute a cornerstone for the quantified self and personalized health. Yet, unavoidably, they bring a number of challenges in terms of security and privacy.
10:15-13:00 - 6 December 2018, EPFL BC 410
16h15 - 29 November 2018, EPFL BC420
16h15 - 14 November 2018, EPFL BC410
11h15 - 2 November 2018, EPFL BC410
Recent work by Nirvan Tyagi, Muhammad Haris Mughees, Thomas Ristenpart, and Ian Miers, which was presented at Usenix Security 2018.
16h15 - 17 October 2018, EPFL BC410
16h15 - 3 October 2018, EPFL BC410
Dry-run for the 2018 Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society (WPES'18).
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