I joined the department of philosophy in September 2019 as a Ph.D. candidate. My Ph.D. project is defined under the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 program ‘PROTECT- Protecting Personal Data Amidst Big Data Innovation,’ funded by the EU’s Marie-Sklodowska-Curie ITN grant.
Within the PROTECT project, I analyze data-related regulations from an ethical perspective to map out privacy terms to develop an interoperable Privacy Paradigm that fosters trust and transparency.
My Ph.D. project involves studying privacy issues in the context of large data sets. I specifically focus on groups’ rights to privacy or how advanced analytics may allow us to make inferences and draw conclusions about groups that they are entitled to keep private. Furthermore, I explore how using an ML model affects the social value of privacy by affecting trust.