User-Oriented, Secure, Trustful
& Decentralized Social Media
The discussion will conclude with an overview of the open challenges.Tuesday, 16 March 2021
18:00 - EET 08:00 - SAN FRANCISCO 11:00 - NEW YORK 16:00 - LONDON 01:00 (+1) - TOKYO
(i) The role of information trustworthiness and decentralization in social media (ii) Key technologies that enable the development of decentralized social media platforms (iii)The ethical and societal aspects of such platforms (iv)Use cases such as the EUNOMIA projectIn this panel discussion, a wide range of topics will be covered including:
User-oriented, secure, trustful & decentralized social mediavenektie2021-03-19T10:30:38+02:00
Prof. Sorin Adam
Associate Dean of Research & Graduate Education College of Liberal Arts, Purdue University, Professor of Communication, Brian Lamb School of Communication, Purdue University, Director, FORCES Initiative
Dr. Matei studies the social effects of communication technologies on collaboration and community from a computational social scientific perspective. His most important books are Social Differentiation in Social Media and Ethical Reasoning and Big Data.
Dr. Pinelopi Troullinou is a Research Analyst at Trilateral Research. Her work focuses on the intersection of technology and society. She has over ten years of empirical research experience and has designed and delivered innovative methodologies and training workshops to raise awareness on social and ethical risks of digital technologies to diverse audiences spanning from end users, computer and data scientists to policymakers.
Mr. Nelson Nobre
Director of Cybersecurity & Member of the Board INOV - INESC Inovação
Nelson Escravana has a degree in Computer Science Engineering from IST and Management postgraduation from ISEG, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal. He has over 20 years of professional experience and is currently the head of the Communications & Cybersecurity Unit at INOV.
Professor Soulla Louca is a professor in the newly founded Department of Digital Innovation as well as a Director at the Institute For the Future at the University of Nicosia. Soulla has been nominated by LATTICE80 in partnership with Miss Kaya as one of the top 100 women in Fintech for 2019. She is one of the first academics to get involved in blockchain technologies (2014) when she assumed the responsibility of the Blockchain Initiative at the University of Nicosia.