Pinelopi TroullinouVisiting Researcher
I am a Research Associate at the Data Science Group of the Knowledge Media Institute (KMi), U.K. My research focuses on the social implications of digital technologies and algorithmic governance adopting a close synergy between Computer and Social Sciences. The latest achievement of this interdisciplinary approach is a co-authored paper on '"Ethics by Design" methodology for AI research projects' to be published at the proceedings of the AAAI/ACM conference "AI, Ethics, and Society" conference in February 2018, New Orleans. Furthermore, I was invited to give a talk at the workshop on societal challenges at the "European Symposium on Societal Challenges in Computational Social Science 2017: Inequality and Imbalance" in November 2017, London. To foster the collaboration between computer and social scientists on the study of societal phenomena emerging from technological advances, I have co-organized the workshop "re-coding Black Mirror" hosted in its second edition at "The Web Conference" in April 2018, Lyon after a successful first one at the International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) in October 2017, Vienna. I have presented my work in leading conferences, and served as guest co-editor for the special issue 'Redesigning or Redefining Privacy?' (2017) published by the Westminster Papers in Communication Culture (WPCC).
Keys: Surveillance society, seductive surveillance, algorithmic governance, smart cities, wearable technologies, quantified self, data ethics, digital citizenship.
d'Aquin, M., Troullinou, P., O’Connor, N., Cullen, A., Faller, G. and Holden, L. (2018) Towards an "Ethics in Design" methodology for AI research projects, Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and Society (AIES), New Orleans, AAAI/ACM
Troullinou, P. (2017) Rethinking Privacy and Freedom of Expression in the Digital Era: An Interview with Mark Andrejevic, Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, 12, 3, pp. 72-77, Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture
Herzogenrath-Amelung, H., Troullinou, P. and Thomopoulos, N. (2015) Reversing the order: towards a philosophically informed debate on ICT for transport Reversing the order: towards a philosophically informed debate on ICT for transport, in eds. Nikolas Thomopoulos, Moshe Givoni, ICT for transport: Opportunities and threats, Edward Elgar Publishing