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CS/CIS Event: When Electronic Privacy Gets Physical: Privacy in the Age of Pervasive Photography
September 14, 2018 @ 16:00 - 17:00
Co-sponsored by: RIT’s Center for Cybersecurity
The presentation is sponsored by:
IEEE Rochester Section: Computer and Computational Intelligence Societies Joint Chapter
and RIT’s Center for CyberSecurity
and is part of the Great Lake Security Day 2018 at RIT.
As always-on and wearable cameras — and digital photography in general — become more common place, we will need to reconsider our notions of privacy. How will people react to constant surveillance by their peers (“sousveillance”) and what technical solutions can enhance privacy in this new age? I will highlight some of our interdisciplinary research on answering and addressing these questions in the context of wearable cameras. I will also talk about how cameras can enhance privacy, e.g., by aiding populations with visual impairments with a visual assessment of their surroundings.
Speaker(s): Apu Kapadia,
Room: 1400 – Auditorium
Bldg: Golisano Hall (GOL) — Building 70
152 Lomb Memorial Dr.
Rochester, New York