DESI ZOOM SEMINAR
In this talk, I will briefly introduce some of my previous and ongoing privacy research topics. I will particularly focus on one of these topics: multiparty privacy. Privacy is not just about what an individual user discloses about herself, it also involves what others (e.g. her friends) may disclose about her. Multiparty privacy is concerned with information pertaining to several individuals and the conflicts that arise when the privacy preferences of these individuals differ. In particular, I will go through the research we have been doing on multiparty privacy applied to social media and the future challenges in general in this field. I will also outline briefly my research on human-centred privacy in AI and autonomous systems.
Dr Jose M Such is Reader in Security and Privacy at King’s College London and Director of the King’s Cybersecurity Centre, an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR) recognised by NCSC (part of GCHQ) and EPSRC. Dr Such was Senior Lecturer at King’s College London from 2016 to 2018, and before that, he was Lecturer at Lancaster University from 2012 to 2016. His research interests are at the intersection between Artificial Intelligence, Human-Computer Interaction, and Cyber Security. His research has been funded through a multi-million pound portfolio of projects by EPSRC, Google, ICO, UK Government, and InnovateUK. The outcomes of his research have been published in the top conferences and journals in AI and HCI, and in the top generalist venues in Computer Science, and received several awards and recognitions including the ACM Best of Computing (2016).