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The third and final INTERSECT workshop is organised as a cooperation between ACES, the FOLLOW project and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam's Interdisciplinary Centre for European Studies (VICES).

Detail Summary
Date 7 February 2020
Time 09:00 - 17:00

Its main objective is to advance on a future research agenda for EU security that will unfold within the triangle of INTERSECT, i.e. within the mutual influences between technology developments, security practices, and societal change. The secondary objective is to foster dialogue between researchers, practitioners, students, and the general public. 
 

INTERSECT is a Research Network funded by the University Association for Cotemporary European Studies. Its coordinators are Bruno Oliveira Martins (Peace Research Institute Oslo), André Barrinha (University of Bath), Marieke de Goede (University of Amsterdam), Mireille Hildebrandt (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) and Karen Lund Pedersen (University of Copenhagen).

February 7

Potgieterzaal, University Library, Singel 425

9:00 – 10:30 Panel 1: Emerging technologies: AI, predictive analytics and targeting, Chair: Marijn Hoijtink, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Elke Schwarz, Queen Mary University of London, 'Artificial Intelligence, Agency and Human Control in Moral Decision Making: An Uneasy Alliance'

Raluca Csernatoni, VUB Brussels/Carnegie Europe, 'Artificial (In)Security and the EU: The Politics of AI, Technoscience, and Buzzwords'

Jessica Dorsey, University of Amsterdam/ICCT, 'Metadata, AI, and Targeting: Exploring Implications for the Future of Warfare'

10:30-10:45 Coffee

10:45 – 12:15 Panel 2: Financial Security, Chair Carola Westermeier, University of Amsterdam.

Sangeeta Goswani, Human Security Collective, 'At the Intersection of Security and Regulation: Understanding the Drivers Behind Financial Access Difficulties Faced by Nonprofits'

Marie Djedri, University of Paris-Est Créteil, France, 'The Reporting Obligation in the Context of Financial Security and the Right to Privacy'

Tasniem Anwar and Marieke de Goede, University of Amsterdam, 'From Contestation to Conviction: Terrorism Expertise before the Courts'

12:15 – 13:15 Lunch

13:15 – 14:45 Panel 3: Interplays between communities of research and communities of practice Chair: Daniel Pinéu, Amsterdam University College

Dagmar Rychnovska, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, 'Good science and silenced security: on anticipatory governance in biobanking'

Paul Timmers, Centre for Technology and Global Affairs, University of Oxford, 'Conundrums of cybersecurity policy'

Louise Marie Hurel, London School of Economics, 'Communities of Technical Expertise: exploring alternative epistemologies and practices to the making-of-cybersecurity'

14:45 – 15:15: Tea break

15:15 – 17:00 Closing roundtable: The future of European security (studies)

Chair: Rocco Bellanova

Speakers: Mireile Hildebrandt (VU Brussels), Andre Barrinha (University of Bath), Karen Lund Petersen (University of Copenhagen), Bruno Oliveira Martins (PRIO)

 

17:00 Workshop closing