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Location: Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Room 122, South Kensington Campus Imperial College London

Date: Tuesday 2 July 2024 

Time: 5:00-6:00pm 


Event summary: 

Today people leave digital breadcrumbs wherever they go and sometimes, this data can leak in unexpected ways. We have methods of securing and encrypting data to protect against these data leaks or malicious hacks, but how effective are they? 

Join us for a discussion on data privacy, led by Imperial’s Computational Privacy Group who will be explaining some of their research investigating the robustness of current data privacy systems.  

Postgraduate researchers Nataša Krčo and Igor Shilov will be presenting their cutting-edge research on privacy attacks on synthetic data and machine learning classifiers and the copyright implications of large language models.

Free pizza and drinks will be provided!

This event is part of London Data Week 2024! For more information visit: https://londondataweek.org/.



5:00-5:15 – Introduction to the Data Science Institute and to the Computational Privacy Group 

5:15-5:30 – Research presentation by Nataša Krčo 

5:30-5:45 – Research presentation by Igor Shilov 

5:45-6:00 – Q&A with audience


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