Privacy@Michigan 2020

Date: 
Tue, 01/28/2020 - 1:00pm to 6:00pm

Rackham Graduate School Amphitheatre (4th floor), 911 Washington

Privacy@Michigan 2020, hosted by the School of Information and ITS Information Assurance, brings together faculty, researchers, students, staff, and the public for multidisciplinary conversations about privacy’s role in society. The keynote and panels will be live-streamed on the day of the event. LINK TO VIEW. 

Kathleen Kingsbury, editor of the New York Times Privacy Project, will give the keynote address. Additional privacy experts will participate in two panel discussions:

It Takes a Village: Multi-Disciplinary Voices on Privacy and Ethics in a Hyper-Connected Age 

  • Christian Sandvig (moderator), Director, Center for Ethics, Society, and Computing (ESC); H. Marshall McLuhan Collegiate Professor of Digital Media, School of Information, LSA Department of Communication Studies 
  • H.V. Jagadish, Bernard A Galler Collegiate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, U-M
  • Lisa Nakamura, Director, Digital Studies Institute; Gwendolyn Calvert Baker Collegiate Professor, LSA Department of American Culture
  • Paul Resnick, Director, Center for Social Media Responsibility; Michael D Cohen Collegiate Professor of Information, Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Affairs, School of Information
  • Kayte Spector-Bagdady, Chief, Research Ethics Service, Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine; Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Michigan Medical School

I Always Feel Like Someone Is Listening to Me: Voice Assistants and the Internet of Things 

  • Florian Schaub (moderator), Assistant Professor, School of Information / College of Engineering
  • David Jurgens, Assistant Professor, School of Information / College of Engineering
  • Sara Rampazzi, Research Investigator, Computer Science and Engineering, College of Engineering
  • Jenny Radesky, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Michigan Medicine

Register here. Open to the public. Admission is free of charge. LINK TO LIVE STREAM.