Show Notes

Most people have come to accept that the price of living in a technological world, and its associated convenience, is some loss of data privacy. However, few realise just how much privacy they are giving up.

In this episode, Dr Katharine Kemp joins Dr Genevieve Hayes to discuss data privacy challenges for consumers and data scientists in the age of AI.

Guest Bio

Dr Katharine Kemp is an Associate Professor in UNSW’s Faculty of Law and Justice and Deputy Director of the Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation. Her research focuses on competition, data privacy and consumer protection regulation, including their application to digital platforms.

Talking Points

  • What types of data are companies collecting about their customers?
  • How companies currently de-identify customer data to ensure consumer privacy is protected.
  • The effectiveness of data de-identification methods at truly protecting the privacy of individuals.
  • The state of current consumer data privacy laws and how they are likely to evolve.
  • The impact of generative AI tools, such as ChatGPT, on consumer data privacy.


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Episode 37: Data Privacy in the Age of AI