I shared my views on #identity #ai & #privacy at Columbia's 7th Digital Finance Summit.
I had the opportunity to train civil society leaders on digital identity as part of Stanford's #DigitalTechCamp.
At the World Bank's Law, Justice and Development Week 2019 - Rights, Technology and Development - I discussed the role of ethics and ethical frameworks in technology development.
I participated in various panels and led working groups on privacy, identity, and blockchain at Convergence, the European Commission's first global #blockchain congress.
I presented on digital identity, contracts and the tokenization of assets at the European Bank for Reconstruction & Development's 2019 FinTech conference, in partnership with Queen Mary University of London's Centre for Commercial Law Studies.
I led a workshop on the ethics, risks, and regulation of digital identity.
At this inaugural conference, I explored the implications of distributed ledger technology (DLT) and decentralized identifiers (DIDs) for new approaches to identity management.
I shared my insights on "Digital Identification, Privacy, and Economic Development." On a second panel, I shared my perspective on blockchain and data privacy.
I participated in a political, social & economical inquiry into the impacts of blockchain technology as part of the Tsai Center's Yale Blockchain Initiative.
I presented at CodeX at Stanford Law School on issues at the intersection of law and distributed ledger technologies.
Blockchain, distributed ledger technologies, artificial intelligence, and machine learning may be with us to stay, but what are the social impacts and implications for society? Check out my keynote address on blockchain & social impact at the Campbells Fund Focus 2018.
What are the privacy implications of blockchain-enabled self-sovereign identity? I presented a product overview and a live demo to consumer privacy experts as part of the Future of Privacy Forum's Consumer Business Dialogue to find out.
I presented on self-sovereign identity and participated in a panel discussion at New America in conjunction with the publication of a new report from the Future of Property Rights called, The Nail Finds a Hammer: Self-Sovereign Identity, Design Principles, and Property Rights in the Developing World.
On October 16th, I appeared at the U.K. Houses of Parliament to give evidence to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain on the impact of blockchain on people, focusing specifically on identity, data protection, and privacy, video here.
I recently participated in a panel with Kim Cameron of Microsoft, Niall McCann of UNDP, and Vyjayanti Desai of the World Bank at the 2018 ID2020 Summit on the question of: "How can national ID systems complement a user-centric approach to identity?"
My keynote address at the MyData Conference in Helsinki focused on the question of whether the new regulation (i.e. the GDPR) is already old in terms of technological advances such as blockchain and distributed ledger technologies. Find out more here.
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