“New advances in technology - including facial recognition - are changing the world. At the World of Work Institute, we're examining the impact of this technology on how we do business. Privacy Ltd. is the first installment in a series of conversations about navigating the changing AI scene.”Professor Keiichi Nakata, Direcor of AI and Automation, World of Work Institute
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Professor Keiichi Nakata
Professor of Social Informatics at the Informatics Research Centre, Henley Business School
Professor Nakata’s main interests lie in the interface between technology and people, computer-supported collaborative work, cognitive systems engineering and information systems. Recently, he’s explored the acceptance of pervasive systems, social media, and participatory systems.
His past appointments include Associate Professor at the Institute of Environmental Studies at the University of Tokyo, and Research Scientist at the German National Research Centre for Information Technology. Professor Nakata obtained his Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Edinburgh.
Technology reporter at the Financial Times
In her work as a journalist, Christina covers social media, the future of work, NFTs and emerging technologies. She has broken exclusives on governments launching NFTs, failures in moderation at big tech companies and illegal NDAs being used in the NHS.
Previously, Cristina was a technology reporter at the BBC, working across TV, radio and online, including on the Today Programme and BBC Breakfast. She also produced the leading BBC 3 documentary the Instagram Effect featuring exclusive testimony from insiders about how the platform impacts wellbeing.
Professor Kevin Money
Director of the John Madejski Centre for Reputation within the School of Marketing and Reputation at Henley Business School
Professor Money’s academic work has generated impact – gaining recognition in 2013 for the application of the Money and Hillenbrand Framework as Best Practice for its use within HMRC. He was appointed to advise the Evaluation Council of the UK Cabinet and Prime Minister’s Office in 2014, further going on to advise all Government departments.
He is also a director of several organisations, including the Positive Psychology Forum, iSolon and Edutain.
Dr Giannis Haralabopoulos
Lecturer in Data Analytics in the Business Informatics, Systems and Accountancy department at Henley Business School
Dr Haralabopoulos is an expert in Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and Data Science. He is interested in machine learning subjectivity, deep learning applications, privacy-aware data collection, natural language data augmentation, and medicinal deep learning applications.
In his previous posts he has collaborated with scientists from law, sociology, medicine and other disciplines in challenging interdisciplinary projects, such as EU2020 funded QROWD, STARS4ALL, and IOF2020, and EPSRC funded DataStories.
Dr Katy Gray
Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Reading
Dr Gray gained her BSc, MSc and PhD from the University of Southampton.
Her areas of interest lie within emotion processing, face processing, conscious awareness and attention, and she teaches modules on Perception and Neuroscience, Face Processing and Recognition. She is interested in our perception of social stimuli, including faces, bodies, and multiple agents.
Dr Gray is currently the Programme Director for the MSc Psychology Conversion programme at UoR.
Dr Basak Bak
Lecturer in Law, University of Reading
Dr Bak gained her LLB, LLM and PhD from Ankara University before moving to the UK to study for her PG Diploma and MA from King’s College, London, and a PhD at the University of Reading. She’s published on intellectual property law, law of contracts and legal aspects of artificial intelligence, and now publishes widely on copyright law and data protection law.
She has also been an active member of the Istanbul Bar Association, practicing as a legal consultant specialising in intellectual property law, law of contracts and consumer protection.
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This film was directed, filmed and produced by MotionBlurr Studios.