Daniel Domscheit-Berg is an activist and IT security expert. He helped build the WikiLeaks platform from late 2007 to September 2010, and acted as its spokesperson under the pseudonym Daniel Schmitt. Domscheit-Berg wrote a book about his experiences “Inside WikiLeaks“.
He has also presented and debated on topics regarding risks in a digitized and networked world in a multitude of conferences worldwide.
Hans de Zwart
Hans de Zwart is a researcher and lecturer at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. As a philosopher, he focuses on the ethics and philosophy of technology.
He is one of the founders of the Racism and Technology Center and sits on the board of the Correspondent Foundation.
Earlier, Hans was the Executive Director of the Dutch digital civil rights organisation Bits of Freedom, fighting for freedom of communication and privacy on the internet. In the past he was Shell’s Senior Innovation Adviser for Global HR and Learning Technologies, before that a Moodle consultant for Stoas Learning.
Andrea Aler Tubela
Andrea's research interests span logic, mathematical foundations of computer science, responsible AI development.
She works on concrete tools to explain, audit and develop intelligent systems responsibly.
Her research interests are in logic, aspects of the mathematical foundations of computer science, and its uses for the development of tools. She is a member of the Responsible AI team, working on concrete tools to explain, audit and develop intelligent systems responsibly.
Raphaële is a Lecturer in EU Law at Edinburgh Law School. Her main research interests are in discrimination and equality law, critical legal theory, law & society and legal mobilisation, human rights law and law and technology. In particular, she has been working on issues of intersectionality and intersectional discrimination in the framework of her Ph.D. dissertation and on algorithmic discrimination, bias in automated decision-making systems and data-driven inequality as part of her postdoctoral research project.
Ivo de Jong
Ivo is a Data Scientist at Dataprovider.com. His work covers the whole engineering process for machine learning models, from design to research and development and finally deployment. For Dataprovider.com these models are applied to classify or extract information from the semi-structured nature of public websites. Ivo's interest mostly lies in the automatic classification and discovery of malicious websites including fraudulent webshops, fake-news sites, and Cybersquatters.
Sicco Verwer is an assistant professor in machine learning with applications in cyber security and software engineering at TU Delft since 2014. He has worked on several topics in machine learning and is best known for his work in grammatical inference, i.e., learning state machines from trace data. Sicco Verwer focuses on using machine learning for tasks other than prediction, such as analysis, optimization, control, and verification.
Luciano Cavalcante Siebert
Luciano Cavalcante Siebert is an assistant professor at the Interactive Intelligence Group, Delft University of Technology, where he focuses on Responsible Artificial Intelligence. He studied Mechatronics at PUCPR (B.Sc.) and did his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in electrical engineering at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR), Brazil. Prior to his current position, Luciano was a postdoc at TU Delft’s AiTech initiative. Luciano has +8 years of experience in research on developing and applying intelligent techniques to robotics, machine learning, optimization, and automation.