Claude Castelluccia, Research Director, Inria, Head of the Privatics Group, member and co-founder of the UGA Data and cybersecurity institutes, member of the Grenoble AI institute (MIAI). I am teaching at the University Grenoble Alps (CS and Law departments), Skema business school 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?
- 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.
- 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 Herkouche, 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