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Università degli studi di Milano Bicocca Edificio U6, Aula 5
via Bicocca degli Arcimboldi 8
Milano

Venerdì 15 Novembre  2019  dalle 14:30 alle 17:00

 

Intervengono:

Stefano Fratta, Director Product Privacy at Facebook
Intelligenza Artificiale e privacy nella vita reale

Emanuele Frontoni, Professor of Computer Science and Computer Vision of the Department of Information Engineering of Università Politecnica delle Marche
Intelligenza Artificiale e Deep Learning: l’analisi del comportamento umano e le alleanze uomo-macchina

Introduce e modera 
Mario Mezzanzanica,
Direttore del Master BI&BDA, Università di Milano-Bicocca


Profilo dei relatori
Stefano Fratta
recently joined Facebook as Global Product Privacy Director. He leads a team of privacy policy experts scattered in different locations across the globe, and advises Facebook businesses (Facebook, Whatsapp, Instragram, Ocolus) on all product-related privacy issues. Before joining Facebook, Stefano worked for 10 years with the Telefonica Group, where he was responsible for all global legal matters arising from the Global Digital Services and Big Data divisions of the Telefonica Group as well as Telefonica Insurance and Financial Service Divisions. He routinely appears before European Authorities (EU Commission, EU Parliament, national regulators), as well as Latam and US authorities. He is also a regular speaker at international conferences on data protection, privacy and technology.

Emanuele Frontoni, professor of Computer Science and Computer Vision of the Department of Information Engineering of Università Politecnica delle Marche, carries out his research activities in the field of artificial intelligence and vision, analysis of human behavior, augmented reality and sensitive spaces. He is the author of more than 120 international articles in his research field and collaborates with national and international companies in activities of technology transfer and innovation.

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