CPDP 2019: Data qualtity: an often overlooked aspect in fundamental rights ...
Published at : 27 Dec 2020
DATA QUALITY: AN OFTEN OVERLOOKED ASPECT IN FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS COMPLIANT DATA PROCESSING
Organised by EU Agency for Fundamental Rights
Chair: Diana Dimitrova, FIZ Karlsruhe (DE)
Moderator: Elise Lassus, FRA (EU)
Speakers: Athena Bourka, ENISA (EU); David Reichel, FRA (EU); Pat Walshe, Privacy Matters (UK); Daniel Drewer, Europol (EU)
Recent developments have led to an enormous increase in the use of data, including the use of data for building machine learning and predictive models to support decisions. New technolo- gies also come with potential challenges to fundamental rights, such as the right to privacy and data protection or non-discrimination. To mitigate potential challenges, an assessment of data quality is one important measure. There is, however, the need for clear guidance on how to assess and ensure data quality for processing data for different purposes. In this panel, the challenge of effectively assessing and maintaining the quality of data for data protection and fundamental rights compliant processing will be discussed.
• What does quality of data mean for data protection and AI systems?
• How can the data be effectively assessed? What are the sources of error?
• How does low quality of data impact on fundamental Rights?
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