Ethical Boundaries in the Digital Age: Balancing Data Use in Trust & Safety
Date & Time
Friday, May 17, 2024, 10:10 AM - 10:50 AM
Marlyn Savio Erin Arnesen Siva Raghava Chanell Daniels

Discussions on the ethical use of data within Trust & Safety frameworks have become paramount not merely from a moral obligation standpoint but also from the lens of legal compliance. This panel will explore the delicate balance between transparency and privacy, diving into the challenges of data management and the evolving role of AI in Trust & Safety, specifically in context of recent developments in EMEA. Our discussion aims to: (1) outline the best practices for ethical data usage; (2) examine approaches to straddle user privacy and transparency in Trust & Safety operations in keeping with incoming laws (e.g., Digital Services Act); (3) explore the hurdles and strategies in managing sensitive data; (4) discuss AI's emerging role in shaping the future of regional Trust & Safety, with focus on diverse ethical implications and decision-making processes across EMEA. Attendees will gain a nuanced understanding of how ethical data practices can positively promote Trust & Safety.

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Clayton Hotel Burlington Road
Leeson Street Upper
Dublin D D04 A318
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