Data protection and making consent more of a conversation. Listen up, and prosper!
This week we're talking about Ari's research into why experts need to build (or architect) systems with better consent options, so users have more of a choice about the data they share.
Ari's academic work relates to data protection. She argues that the burden of communication (i.e. of informing) falls on experts to communicate clearly and concisely instead of on users to understand dense technical language. Ari has collaborated with Computer Scientists, Lawyers and Medical researchers. She also educates in and out of the classroom; running classes and workshops, and cyber-policy competitions, crisis simulations and hackathons. Outside of this, Ari has led cyber security work within UK innovation testbeds, focusing on secure and trustworthy information exchange for next-generation telecommunications. Her ethos is that cyber security is strategic, it is a business enabler, and the best cyber security cultures are positive and pro-active.
You can find Ari on Twitter: @schulite
If you want to read more about Royal Free and Google: https://medconfidential.org/whats-the-story/health-data-ai-and-google-deepmind
Recent outputs: What societal values will 6G address? (6G-IA working group: https://6g-ia.eu/single_post/?slug=6g-ia-white-paper-what-societal-values-will-6g-address-societal-key-values-and-key-value-indicators-analysed-through-6g-use-cases); Tabitha L. James, Jennifer L. Ziegelmayer, Arianna Schuler Scott and Grace Fox (2021). A Multiple-Motive Heuristic-Systematic Model for Examining How Users Process Android Data and Service Access Notifications, doi: 10.1145/3447934.3447941; Arianna Schuler Scott, Michael Goldsmith & Harriet Teare (2019). Wider Research Applications of Dynamic Consent, doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-16744-8_8