Data Security, Privacy, and Ethics in Health AI

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Health AI Lab Munich

Rosenheimerstraße 145 2. OG · München

How to find us

S-Bahn: Ostbahnhof, go through Werksviertel U-Bahn: Karl-Preis-Platz U2 Bus: Anzinger Str. 155 / 45 Rosenheimer Str. 145 "__" (it is without any letter a-z). You can follow the Health AI Lab Signs, go to the second floor. Ring the bell. Voilà

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Dear Health AI Enthusiasts - let's get started AGAIN! This time, we will spend a whole meetup session on

Data Security, Privacy and Ethics in Health AI

When: 20th February, 7pm - 9 pm
Where: Health AI Lab Munich, Rosenheimerstraße 145 2. OG
Who should attend: Anyone interested in Health AI

We are pleased to welcome our guests:

Dr. Paul Galwas (DEX, Ocean Protocol - London UK)
Dr. Francesco Gadaleta (Fitchain.io, Amethix - Leuven, Belgium)
Dr. Florian Kohlmayer (Ethical Committee LMU, Bitcare - Munich, Germany)

Afterwards, we will host a discussion and networking session and we are looking forward to get everyone connected with each other!

Come by and join us. We are looking forward to seeing you (again)!

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The First Talk: "Major Tom to ground control - Can you hear me, Major Tom?" - Data Security in Healthcare

In 1970 The DODs Ware Report invented a computer security framework, motivated by consideration of multi-user, networked nuclear capabilities. Today we use substantially the same principles for our security in 'cyberspace'. However, our systems - and their environments - are now subject to additional classes of threat and vulnerability; and the healthcare domain is no exception. In this talk, Paul will highlight important dimensions of security that we must increasingly consider - and which are challenging and extending the traditional bedrock.
Are we safeguarding risk to others? What can we disclose, exactly? Do statistics still work? Are we in control? This talk seeks to illustrate how these questions are paramount for the cyber-physical world in which we now must live. And together we must find appropriate answers.

Speaker Bio: DR. PAUL GALWAS
Paul has spearheaded security solutions for more than 25 years and now contributes to Ocean Protocol, a decentralised data exchange protocol to unlock data for AI and Chief Security Officer for DEX, a Newton Circus company. He steered multiple national policy and research strategies, national security standards (e.g. in smart cities, digital manufacturing and IoT), and lead multiple collaborative research projects (including EU Horizon 2020 on novel risk management). He has worked on privacy, trust & identity, digital asset protection & sharing, IoT & distributed ledger security, and secure payment systems, and with UK and US Governments on classified mobile security. He has a PhD and MA in science from Cambridge University, UK.

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The Second Talk: "Anonymization in medical research - challenges and solutions"

Speaker Bio: DR. FLORIAN KOHLMAYER
Dr. Florian Kohlmayer received his doctorate from the Technical University of Munich at the Chair of Medical Informatics of the Institute of Medical Informatics, Statistics and Epidemiology in cooperation with the Chair of Security in Informatics. His interests include IT support for medical research, especially solutions for IT security and data protection. He is co-founder and managing director of Bitcare GmbH, which focuses on IT services for translational medicine and is part of the ethical committee at Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich.

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The Third Talk: "AI in a decentralized world: towards a public utility network for data and algorithms"

Speaker Bio: DR. FRANCESCO GADALETA
Director at Amethix Technologies (amethix.com) and Co-founder (with Daan Gerits) of fitchain.io the decentralised machine learning factory. Former member of the Advanced Analytics Team of Johnson&Johnson. His interests range from applied math, machine learning, cryptography and blockchain technology. He has worked in domains such as healthcare and Pharma, R&D in bioinformatics, and personal finance.