Eight minutes introduction of the way ‘Data trusts can change the game’ in the European Data Economy, hosted by the Next Generation Internet Policy Summit October 2020, supported by the European Commission’s Next Generation Internet Initiative.
Ten minutes introduction to Bottom-up Data Trusts (Mozilla all-hands, February 2020).
Panel launching the ‘Legal Mechanisms for data stewardship’ report by the Ada Lovelace Institute and UK AI Council (March 2021).
GFAIH panel discussion on Data Governance (Paris, December 2019).
Panel organised by Silicon Flatirons, ‘Trust in Data and Data Governance’ (April 2021).
Data debate: Cities – Smart or Sinister? (British Library, October 2019).
Panel organised by the ODI on ‘Data trusts: what’s happening in 2020?’ (September 2020).
Eight minutes chat on ‘Who owns our data’ (April 2021): informal discussion about the problems inherent in the idea that ownership of data might give us the control we need, and outline of data trusts as a bottom-up framework that needs to complement top down regulation.
Nine minutes discussion about the Palestinian constitution-making endeavour (August 2013).
Debating the harms and benefits of AI with an AI-powered ‘projectdebater’ at the Cambridge Union (November 2019).
Podcast ‘Machine Ethics & Bottom-up Data Trusts’, hosted by ‘Data Driven’, Ganna Pogrebna, (30 June 2020).