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The University of Groningen (the Netherlands) is organising a series of mini-lectures on cybersecurity. One of the lectures addresses a new intersection between surveillance, fundamental workers' rights, privacy and cybersecurity. There will be room for Q&A during the live stream.
18 January 2022 | 4 pm CET |
'Welcome to the era of the 'datafied' workplace: risks and opportunities of the new surveillance through AI and IoT'
Link for registration: https://www.rug.nl/rechten/congressen/archief/2021/cybertalks/cybertalk-...
The new workplace surveillance through Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things opens up innovative organisational and cyber security possibilities for companies. However, not all that glitters is gold: what are the implications for employees' privacy? How can it affect the exercise of trade union freedoms and protection from discrimination? Codetermining workplaces' datafication is the key for answering these questions while fostering employees’ fundamental rights and businesses' innovation.
For the entire programme on Cybersecurity minilectures: https://www.rug.nl/rechten/congressen/archief/2021/cybertalks/overview-o...