Claude Castelluccia, Research Director, Inria, founding-member of the Privatics Group, member and co-founder of the UGA Data and cybersecurity institutes, (non-funded) member of the Grenoble AI institute (MIAI). I am teaching at the University Grenoble Alps (CS and Law departments), Skema business school (Sophia Antipolis) and SciencePo Paris.
Main research interests
- Data privacy and Surveillance: Online services are increasingly collecting our personal data for various kinds of profiling and targeting. How can science and technology help preventing ubiquitous surveillance?
- Manipulation and Cognitive security: AI is currently used to influence/manipulate decisions/opinions. How can science help understanding and preventing these new threats against human autonomy and democracy.
- Trusted and Ethical Algorithmic Decision Systems (ADS) (security, privacy, fairness, explainability, …): AI is more and more used to make decisions about Humans (predictive health, justice, police,…). How can we build ADS that respects humanity and Human Rights?
- August 2021, very honoured to be nominated at the CNIL (French DPA) as one of its commissioners (legifrance.gouv.fr/jorf/id/JORFTE). I am really looking forward to this new adventure. I will of course remain a member of the Privatics team.
- August 2021, the “DESIRE” paper is has been published in an ACM special issue “Digital Threats: Research and Practice”.
- June 2021, participating at the CCNPE (Comité Consultatif National Pilote d’Ethique du Numérique)” workshop in Contact Tracing.
- May 2021, paper “Constrained Differentially Private Federated Learning for Low-bandwidth Devices ” accepted at ACM Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI), 2021. Congrats Raouf again!
- February 2021, paper “Privacy-Preserving and Bandwidth-Efficient Federated Learning: An Application to In-Hospital Mortality Prediction” accepted at ACM Conference on Health, Inference, and Learning (CHIL 2021). Congrats Raouf!
- February, paper “Compression Boosts Differentially Private Federated Learning” accepted at EuroS&P. Congrats Raouf!
- January 2021, interview by the French TV (France 3 Corse) on the French Contact Tracing App.
- January 2021, participating at in a panel at CPDP 2021 on “Contact Tracing and European Sovereignty”
- January 2021, audition on “Online Brain Hacking” by the French Medical Academy (Académie Nationale de Médecine)
- January 2021, very honoured to have been named Knight of the National Order of the Merit (Chevalier dans l’ordre national du Mérite).
- December 2020, participating at the “Contact Tracing & Giant Data Collectors” workshop.
- November 2020, “Contact Tracing & Giant Data Collectors: Opening the pandora box” white paper.
- Claude Castelluccia, Daniel Le Métayer, “Analysing the Impacts of Facial Recognition – Towards a Rigorous Methodology“, Annual Privacy Forum (APF 2020), Soringer.
- June 2020, 2 interviews (here and here) by A. Devillard in Science&Avenir about our recent report on Facial recognition.
- May 2020, tribune dans Le Monde de Daniel Le Métayer: «Sur l’application StopCovid, il convient de sortir des postures dogmatiques».
- May 2020, participating at the Eurocrypt 2020 panel on “contact tracing”.
- May 2020, publication of the DESIRE protocol (A Third Way for a European Exposure Notification System Leveraging the best of centralized and decentralized systems).
- April 2020, publication of the ROBERT protocol (used by the StopCOVID application).
- March 2020, the website of the “Chair on the Legal and Regulatory Implications of Artificial Intelligence” at MIAI Grenoble Alpes that i am co-leading with Theodore and Karine is now online!
- February 2020, our report entitled “Impact Analysis of Facial Recognition“, that describes a risk analysis framework for Facial Recognition applications, has been updated and is now available in english.
- 8 Jan. 2020, New introductory paper on data anonymisation entitled “Techniques d’anonymisation tabulaire : concepts et mise en oeuvre” (in French) with B. Nguyen.
- Lyon (FR), 13 December 2019, member of the jury of of C. Frindel’s habilitation entitled ” Approche computationnelle de l’imagerie médicale : application en neurosciences“.
- Grenoble (FR), 4 December 2019, talk on “A Risk Analysis Framework for Facial Recognition Applications” as part of the MIAI chair on AI&Ethics (T. Menissier).
- Grenoble (FR), 2 December 2019, co-organiser (with Ph. Cinquin) of a UGA working group on “Well-being and Heath data“.
- Geneva (CH), 25-27 November 2019, talk on “cognitive security” at the “Closing the regulatory gap for consumer neurotechnology” workshop, brocher fondation, Switzerland .
- Saarbrücken (DE), 18-22 November 2019, MPI for Software Systems visit (K. Gummadi).
- Grenoble (FR), 18 November 2019, co-organiser (with Oana and Sihem) of the “Data systems and their influence on human behavior” workshop.
- Our report on “facial recognition” is available (in french) (Nov. 21): https://hal.inria.fr/hal-02373093
- Paris (FR), October 2019, co-organizer of the “AI & Information Disorder” as part of the Global Forum on AI for Humanity forum
- Lyon (FR), October 2019, Atelier “Algorithmes en boite-noire“.
- Saarbrücken (DE), October 2019, MPI for Software Systems visit (K. Gummadi).
- Padova (IT), September 2019, AI Security Summer School.
- Paris, October 2019, PC member of the Global Forum on AI for Humanity (more to come soon)
- Dagstuhl, July 2019, Dagstuhl seminar on Cybersafety Threats- from Deception to Aggression
- Inria, 25 June 2019, Algorithmic decision making : risks and opportunities for society, interview on Le Monde (with D. Le Metayer) about our report for the European Parliament.
- Grenoble, 3 June 2019, Building trust in AI, building trust with AI, Global Science Week.
- Paris, May 2019, audition at the Council of Europe on AI & Human Rights.
- Our report for the European Parliament on the “benefits and risks of Algorithmic Decision Systems (ADS)” is new available online. An interview (in French) about this article is available here and here.
- Correncon, 12-15 March, Privaski.
- Brussels, 30 January 2019: panel on “Influence or manipulation ? What protections in the digital world ?” at CPDP (12th international Conference on Computers Privacy and Data Protection).
- Brussels, 30 January 2019: Inria and CNIL award the 2018 privacy protection prize.
- see google scholar
Current Phd Students
- Raouf Kerkouche, Private and Robust Federated Machine Learning
- Victor Morel, IoT Transparency
- Clement Henin, Explainable AI
claude.castelluccia at inria.fr or follow me on Twitter @PrivaticsInria