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Humanitarian Principles and Big Data

23 May 2017

On Thursday, 18 May 2017, Prof. Andrej Zwitter gave a presentation on "Humanitarian Intelligence and Data Protection" at the European Parliament for a Workshop on "Data driven Life" for the European Data Protection Supervisor and the Ethics Advisory Group. The event was life streamed. A video recording of the session is available.

Read more about 'Humantarian Principles and Big Data' in Zwitter's blogpost (http://www.rug.nl/cf/bloggen/blog-23-05-2017-humanitarian-principles-and-big-data).

Last modified:20 December 2018 10.03 a.m.

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