Jeroen van den Hoven was one of the speakers at the Erasmus Descartes Conference 2018, on the topic ‘Artificial Intelligence’. The conference was organized by the Dutch embassy in collaboration with the French embassy in the Netherlands, under the auspices of the Initiative Franco-Néerlandaise (IFN).
Jeroen van den Hoven was one of the speakers at a festival where professionals working in the public sector came together to discuss dilemma’s surrounding privacy and good service provision. The festival was organized by a consortium of organizations, including the Dutch Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Dutch Data Protection Authority. IN DUTCH
Jeroen van den Hoven was one of the speakers at the European Parliament on the use and misuse of technology in electoral campaigns. Organized by science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) and European Science-Media Hub (ESMH).
Jeroen van den Hoven spoke on the MAD (Making a Difference) event (1 November). MAD is about getting inspired to make a difference in our lives, institutions and society as a whole, organized by the Public Leadership Foundation.
Jeroen van den Hoven spoke on the ethics of Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the conference “Frontier Research and Artificial Intelligence” (25-26 October), organized by the European Research Council (ERC).
Jeroen van den Hoven was one of the discussants in a session at the conference “Debating Ethics: Dignity and Respect in Data-Driven Life”. The session involved specially invited knowledge holders from academia, regulators, civil society and the private sector.
Jeroen van den Hoven spoke at an event of the Identity Data Agency on “ID without Borders; International Developments in the Identity Domain.” Van den Hoven used a number from Sting, titled ‘Nothing bout me’, to discuss what taking a finger print reveals about a person – and what not.
Jeroen van den Hoven gave a presentation at a seminar on “the impact of algorithms on fundamental rights” (22 March), organized by the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, Department of Constitutional Affairs.