Entrants were asked to produce a report on the topic “Is it possible to breach privacy when there is no human in the loop?” The winner was Sofia Mancilla, founder of Sección Legal, the first Mexican digital marketplace for legal services, for her paper “The gossip algorithm: No human intervention in the context of AI and privacy”. The judges were Derek Wilding (University of Technology, Sydney), Paul Mitchell (Microsoft Corporation), Lisa Felton (Vodafone Group), Andrea Millwood Hargrave (IIC), Sohni Kaur (Netflix) and Ann LaFrance (Squire Patton Boggs).
The IIC’s Future Leaders Competition, for entrants aged 35 and under and working within the TMT policy sector, attracted a strong field on the given topic of privacy in the age of automation. Here is an overview of the runners-up.
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