Public Seminar: Big Data and the Police
Meet researchers, software providers and civil rights groups for talks and joint discussions about the near and present future in relation to digitalised law enforcement.
Increasing datafication and digitalisation of our societies means increased access to personal data about citizens for police agencies. This can improve investigations, but also poses questions about privacy and data protection.
The CUPP research project aims to move beyond speculation, engage civil society and to facilitate dialogue with central stakeholders.
We look forward to seeing you.
Registration via PROSA: https://www.prosa.dk/kurser/arrangementer/big-data-and-the-police-between-utopia-and-dystopia
10:00-11:30 Fact vs. fiction in digitalised surveillance systems
In theory vast data amounts from lots of different sources can be a powerful weapon for the police in order to fight and even predict crime. But what are the real-life concerns technically as well ethically, when police agencies are facing large and heterogenous databases?
Speaker: Christian Damsgaard is Associate Professor at DTU and an expert in Cyber Security and Distributed Systems.
11:30-12:00 Introduction to the CUPP project
12:00-13:00 Lunch and networking
13:00-14:00 Talks: Pitfalls and Possibilities with Intelligence-led Policing
- Courtney Bowman, Global Director of Privacy & Civil Liberties Engineering at Palantir Technologies
- Christian Wiese Svanberg, former DPO of the National Police of Denmark during the procurement of Pol-Intel
- Jesper Lund: IT Political Association
15:00-16:00 Coffee and networking
IT University of Copenhagen, Auditorium 2, Rued Langgaards Vej 7, 2300 Copenhagen S
The seminar is hosted by the CUPP research project (Critical Understanding of Predictive Policing), ITU (IT University of Denmark) and PROSA (Danish Association of IT Professionals).
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Pitfalls and possibilities with Intelligence-led policing: Courtney Bowman (Palantir Technologies)
Pitfalls and possibilities with Intelligence-led policing: Jesper Lund (IT Political Association)