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In recent years the use of deep learning technologies for language resources on the one hand and the demand for high quality data interactions on the other raises the need for data collections of interaction resources.
These data, despite their intangible nature, may be subject to legal constraints which need to be addressed in order to guarantee lawful access to the data. The legal framework takes time to reform, and therefore law is always lagging behind the technology. In recent years, considerable efforts have been made to adapt the legal framework to the advancements in technology while taking into account the interests of various stakeholders.
From the technological perspective the strict consideration of legal aspects imposes further questions besides pure recording technology and participant consent. How can identifying information be removed or anonymized, how reliable are predictions/models based on these data? What is the IPR status of models derived from language data, and is the very process of deriving such models within the ambit of IPR? Which impact does this have on the usability, computational costs?
The purpose of this workshop will be the attempt to build bridges between technology and legal experts and discuss current legal and ethical issues in the human language technology sector.
1500-2000 words extended abstracts (by 8 April 2022) are needed at first for submission. The full papers will be published as workshop proceedings along with the LREC main conference by ELRA. For these, the instructions of LREC need to be followed.
Deadline for submission of extended abstracts
Notification of acceptance
Deadline for early bird registration
Submission of final version of accepted papers
|09:00 - 09:15||Opening Session: Introduction by Joint Workshop Chairs|
|09:15 - 10:10|| Introduction Talk Major developments in the legal framework concerning language resources
|10:10 - 10:30||Session A: COVID Issues and Policy Amendments|
|Sentiment Analysis and Topic Modeling for Public Perceptions of Air Travel: COVID Issues and Policy Amendments Avery Field, Aparna Varde and Pankaj Lal, virtual|
|10:30 - 11:00||Coffee Break|
|11:00 - 12:00||Session B: GDPR and Legal Aspects|
|Data Protection, Privacy and US Regulation Denise DiPersio|
|Pseudonymisation of Speech Data as an Alternative Approach to GDPR Compliance Pawel Kamocki and Ingo Siegert|
|Categorizing legal features in a metadata-oriented task: defining the conditions of use Mickaël Rigault, Victoria Arranz, Valérie Mapelli, Penny Labropoulou and Stelios Piperidis|
|12:00 - 13:00||Session C1: Data Protection: Anonymisation, De-Identification and Legal Aspects|
|About Migration Flows and Sentiment Analysis on Twitter data: building a bridge between technical and legal data protection approaches Thilo Gottschalk and Francesca Pichierri, virtual|
|Transparency and Explainability of a Machine Learning Model in the Context of Human Resource Management Sebastien Delecraz, Loukman Eltarr and Olivier Oullier|
|Public Interactions with Voice Assistants – Discussion of Different One-Shot Solutions to Preserve Speaker Privacy Ingo Siegert, Yamini Sinha, Gino Winkelmann, Oliver Jokisch and Andreas Wendemuth|
|13:00 - 14:00||Lunch Break|
|14:00 - 15:00|| Keynote Keynote: Voice anonymisation and the GDPR
Brij Mohan Lal Srivastava Inria Nancy - Grand Est
|15:00 - 16:00||Session C2: Data Protection: Anonymisation, De-Identification and Legal Aspects|
|Cross-Clinic De-Identification of Swedish Electronic Health Records: Nuances and Caveats Olle Bridal, Thomas Vakili and Marina Santini|
|Generating Realistic Synthetic Curricula Vitae for Machine Learning Applications under Differential Privacy Andrea Bruera, Francesco Aldà and Francesco Di Cerbo|
|MAPA Project: Ready-to-Go Open-Source Datasets and Deep Learning Technology to Remove Identifying Information from Text Documents Victoria Arranz, Khalid Choukri, Montse Cuadros, Aitor García Pablos, Lucie Gianola, Cyril Grouin, Manuel Herranz, Patrick Paroubek and Pierre Zweigenbaum|
|16:00 - 16:30||Coffee Break|
|16:30 - 17:30||Session D: Privacy and Ethical Challenges in Data|
|PriPA: A Tool for Privacy-Preserving Analytics of Linguistic Data Jeremie Clos, Emma McClaughlin, Pepita Barnard, Elena Nichele, Dawn Knight, Derek McAuley and Svenja Adolphs|
|Legal and Ethical Challenges in Recording Air Traffic Control Speech Mickaël Rigault, Claudia Cevenini, Khalid Choukri, Martin Kocour, Karel Veselý, Igor Szoke, Petr Motlicek, Juan Pablo Zuluaga-Gomez, Alexander Blatt, Dietrich Klakow, Allan Tart, Pavel Kolčárek and Jan Černocký|
|It is not Dance, is Data: Gearing Ethical Circulation of Intangible Cultural Heritage practices in the Digital Space Jorge Yánez and Amel Fraisse, virtual|
|17:30 - 18:00||Closing Ceremony|
|18:00||After Workshop on-site gathering|
Ingo Siegert, Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany
Khalid Choukri, ELRA/ELDA, France
Mickaël Rigault, ELRA/ELDA, France
Pawel Kamocki, IDS Mannheim, Germany
Andreas Witt, IDS Mannheim, Germany
Krister Linden, University of Helsinki, Finland
Claudia Cevenini, University of Bologna, Italy
Victoria Arranz (ELDA/ELRA, France)
Montse Cuadros (Vicomtech, Spain)
Aitor Garcia Pablos (Vicomtech, Spain)
Cyril Grouin (LISN-CNRS, France)
Manuel Herranz (Pangeanic, Spain)