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Laura Norén

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Let's Get Ethical: Data Ethics with Laura Norén

Heinz Radio

We're living in a time when so many companies have access to so much information about us that it is easier and easier to both predict and shape our behavior. How can we trust that our data is being used fairly and respectfully? This episode looks at the complex issues behind defining and enforcing corporate ethical behavior in the burgeoning field of data science. Host Sormeh Yazdi conducts a remote interview with Dr. Laura Norén, whose work focuses on employee data rights, capable data guardianship, and privacy compliance. Dr. Norén is a data science ethicist, speaker, and researcher currently serving as the Vice President of Privacy and Trust at Obsidian Security. She is a Visiting Scholar at NYU’s Center for Data Science and UC-Berkeley’s Division of Data Science and Information, has earned undergraduate degrees at MIT, and a PhD at NYU where she completed a Moore-Sloan Postdoc. Her work on data ethics been covered in The New York Times, the Toronto Globe and Mail, and American Public Media's Marketplace. On Thursdays, she publishes the Data Science Community Newsletter.  If you are interested in more on this topic, check out "Scoping the OECD AI principles" as an example of a broad framework leaving details to the domains. 

27mins

24 Feb 2020

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Laura Norén - The Crusade to Protect Employees' Data

Security Forum Podcasts

“We are seeing, the EU being an important leader in trying to advocate for consumers' rights, to some degree for employees' rights, although I wouldn't say that that's super strong. I would like to see students going through more data science training so that they have better data literacy and are better able to advocate for themselves out in the world about what can and cannot be done.”In this ISF podcast, Laura Norén, VP of Privacy and Trust at Obsidian Security sat down with Steve Durbin, Managing Director of the ISF, to discuss data privacy for employees, whether AI is suited for cybersecurity, and more.

26mins

26 Nov 2019

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Laura Norén - The Crusade to Protect Employees' Data

ISF Podcast

“We are seeing, the EU being an important leader in trying to advocate for consumers' rights, to some degree for employees' rights, although I wouldn't say that that's super strong. I would like to see students going through more data science training so that they have better data literacy and are better able to advocate for themselves out in the world about what can and cannot be done.” In this ISF podcast, Laura Norén, VP of Privacy and Trust at Obsidian Security sat down with Steve Durbin, Managing Director of the ISF, to discuss data privacy for employees, whether AI is suited for cybersecurity, and more. https://www.securityforum.org/videos-podcasts/laura-noren-the-crusade-to-protect-employees-data/

26mins

26 Nov 2019

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Laura Norén - The Crusade to Protect Employees' Data

ISF Podcast

“We are seeing, the EU being an important leader in trying to advocate for consumers' rights, to some degree for employees' rights, although I wouldn't say that that's super strong. I would like to see students going through more data science training so that they have better data literacy and are better able to advocate for themselves out in the world about what can and cannot be done.”In this ISF podcast, Laura Norén, VP of Privacy and Trust at Obsidian Security sat down with Steve Durbin, Managing Director of the ISF, to discuss data privacy for employees, whether AI is suited for cybersecurity, and more.https://www.securityforum.org/videos-podcasts/laura-noren-the-crusade-to-protect-employees-data/

26mins

26 Nov 2019

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DDOS Prevention, Data Science Ethics -- Talking Tech w/ Jigsaw, Cloudflare, and Laura Norén

CDT Tech Talks

If you want to silence an advocacy group or media outlet, a fairly easy way to do so it to take down its website. Two organizations, Cloudflare and Google are doing great work to help nonprofits and journalists, as well as elections officials, protect themselves against cyber attacks. In this episode we talk to Alissa Starzak from Cloudflare and George Conard from Google about their efforts. We also share how you can take advantage of their free services (Cloudflare's Project Galileo and Google Jigsaw's Project Shield). After that we talk to Laura Noren, a data scientist who was recently with NYU teaching a class on data ethics. What do data scientists need to know create technology that is better for society as whole?More on Cloudflare's Project Galileo: http://bit.ly/2LDeYbJMore on Google Jigsaw's Project Shield: http://bit.ly/2O3KZLGCourse syllabus from Lauren's class: http://bit.ly/dataethicsnyuNYU Data Science Community newsletter: https://cds.nyu.edu/newsletter/More on Alissa: http://bit.ly/2LoWRcS More on George: http://bit.ly/2LwjMCWMore on Laura: https://twitter.com/digitalFlaneuseMore on our host, Brian: bit.ly/cdtbrianAttribution: sounds used from Psykophobia, Taira Komori, BenKoning, Zabuhailo, bloomypetal, guitarguy1985, bmusic92, and offthesky of freesound.org.

37mins

20 Jul 2018