The Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) conference will hold their 10th annual symposium, dubbed “The Age of Intelligent Machines,” in Brussels on Jan. 25–27.
The 78 scheduled panels from internationally renowned scholars will range in topics from AI, privacy protection and 'the right to obscurity', geographical borders in data, the legality of technology and new global policies.
Not all the lectures will be theoretical or future-focused - a panel on Trump’s effect on open intern...
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