Other News from Participating Centers

Prof. J. Dumortier over Megacams

Startweekend Onderzoeksmaster 2016-2017

Els Kindt in the Belgian Senate

"impact of new technologies on privacy"

KU LEUVEN – CITIP IS CONFERENCE PARTNER OF COMPUTERS, PRIVACY & DATA PROTECTION (CPDP) CONFERENCE

25-27 January 2017

Dr. Els Kindt over gezichtsherkenningssoftware voor criminelen

Interview E. Kindt omtrent gezichtsherkenning en opsporen criminelen.

Prof. M.-C. Janssens over copyrightkwestie YouTube-clip Belgische rapper

Professor Marie-Christine Janssens over 'CERVEJA LEUVEN'

Belgische ontwerpster gekopieerd door Zara

Internet Rules! Media Change & Innovation @ AoIR 2016

Internet Rules! Media Change & Innovation @ AoIR 2016

Die Macht der Algorithmen – Einladung zu einer Expertendiskussion

Die Macht der Algorithmen – Einladung zu einer Expertendiskussion

Media Change & Innovation @ ECREA 16

Media Change & Innovation @ ECREA 16

Natascha Just wird Professorin an renommiertem Institut in den USA

Natascha Just wird Professorin an renommiertem Institut in den USA

"Die traditionellen Medien haben Trump gross gemacht"

"Die traditionellen Medien haben Trump gross gemacht"

New Team Member - Benjamin Gerwoll-Ronca

New Team Member - Benjamin Gerwoll-Ronca

Workshop on Personalized Communication and Algorithmic Selection on the Internet

Workshop on Personalized Communication and Algorithmic Selection on the Internet

Michael Latzer as Visiting Professor at Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas

Michael Latzer as Visiting Professor at Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas

Top Faculty Paper Award of ICA-CLAP to MC&I

Top Faculty Paper Award of ICA-CLAP to MC&I

New Publications on Comparative Research, Science Communication, Media Economics, and Privacy

New Publications on Comparative Research, Science Communication, Media Economics, and Privacy

Big Data and the Well-Being of Women and Girls: Applications on the Social Scientific Frontier

Report by Bapu Vaitla et al for Data2X: “Conventional forms of data—household surveys, national economic accounts, institutional records, and so on—struggle to capture detailed information on the lives of women and girls. The many forms of big data, from geospatial information to digital transaction logs to records of internet activity, can help close the global gender data gap.