The PAPAYA project provides tools that enable computation over a wide range of operations, from simple statistics to sophisticated machine learning algorithms, in a most efficient manner and while attaining functional requirements of a set of realistic scenarios we propose to validate the platform against.
Melek Önen from EURECOM will represent PAPAYA project and participate as one of the PC-chairs for IFIP Summer School on Privacy and Identity Management sponsored and supported by our project.
The goal of this summer school is to focus on the relationship between AI and privacy. Attendees at the school will identify the main threats to individuals’ rights and freedoms, discuss challenges to reconcile AI and privacy, and find ways to address conflicting goals and requirements. They will, overall, take into account technical, legal, economic, and social science challenges.
The program for those 4 days will include a joint workshop with the Poseidon project and a tutorial on privacy-preserving Neural Network.