Data governance, ethics and privacy
Thursday, November 7, 2019 8:45 AM - 10:00 AM
Venue: Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa
Room: Garden Pavillion
As the rise of AI, big data and analytics continues in the museum sector, so too must the attention on how to govern the collection and use of data, to navigate the challenging ethical futures of new technologies and to respect the privacy of visitors and other stakeholders. In this panel, four industry leaders will explore and debate their own approaches and thoughts ahead, forming recommended best practices across data governance, ethics and privacy. The panel will cover commonly asked questions such as how to navigate GDPR into intricacies and the sensitivities of visitor tracking through to forward looking concerns dealing with sentiment analysis censoring and the risk of bias in machine vision.

Session Type
Plenary Panel
Key Outcomes
After attending this session, participants will be able to identify risks and issues confronting their own organizations, recognize legal and ethical obligations, determine strategies and approaches for mitigating risks and share the importance of these with others.
Speaker : Pip Gilbert, VP Product, Dexibit
Co-Presenter : Scott Sayre, Chief Information Officer, Corning Museum of Glass
Co-Presenter : Bryon Thornburgh, Director of Technology, Denver Art Museum
Co-Presenter : Danée Gaine Adams, Privacy Officer, Smithsonian Institution
Speaker : Linda Stone, CIO, National Gallery of Art