The EDPS Annual Conference 2022: Trilateral’s involvement and key take-aways

EDPS Conference

On 16 and 17 June, Trilateral Research was pleased to attend and present at the 2022 EDPS Conference on “Effective Enforcement in the Digital Age”. The conference was attended by leading academics, activists, practitioners, regulators and policy-makers, and featured several high-level keynote speeches by individuals like Max Schrems (NOYB), Wojciech Wiewiórowski (EDPS) and Shoshana Zuboff […]

Article 30 Record Keeping – Know your data

Record Keeping

Following the ‘Ask the DPC anything’ webinar hosted by the Irish branch of EADPP – European Association of Data Protection Professionals, it has been suggested that the Irish Supervisory Authority, the Data Protection Commission (DPC) is planning a “deep dive” review of organisations’ documentation of their processing activities, across a range of sectors.  The DPC […]

The causes and the futures of populism and civic engagement 

Across Europe, there is a rise of political movements that claim to challenge liberal elites and speak for the ‘ordinary person’ – movements that can be loosely categorised as ‘populist’. This has been an important trend in global politics, and Trilateral Research has been engaged in Populism and Civic Engagement (PaCE), a research project to […]

Assessing the Ethical Implications of Artificial Intelligence In Policing workshop – 14th ACM Web Science Conference

Trilateral Research is organizing the half day workshop “Assessing the Ethical Implications of Artificial Intelligence In Policing” to be held as part of the 14th ACM Web Science Conference (WebSci’22) taking place 26-29 June 2022 in Barcelona (and hybrid). Workshop theme The adoption of artificial intelligence in the context of Policing includes significant benefits with […]

Streamlining and validating standards for crisis management – Join the STRATEGY CEN/CENELEC workshops

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Crisis management involves the coordination of a number of organisations and authorities across countries. It is often the case that differences in organisational set ups, decision-making processes, infrastructure and approach can result in poor disaster response. Within this context, the H2020 project STRATEGY  seeks to promote pre-standardization of systems and procedures related to Crisis Management by streamlining, […]

The Responsible AI Forum 2021


We are delighted to participate in the Responsible AI Forum held in Munich from 6-8 December 2021, discussing a sustainable, inclusive and comprehensive framework for the use of AI that delivers global benefit. This event brings together members of industry, civil society, government and academia to discuss the most relevant and pressing issues related to […]

Critical Security – 4th Annual West Coast Conference

Security and defence tech map

We are delighted to participate in the 4th Annual West Coast Conference which will be held from 22-26 November 2021, and this year’s theme covers “Critical Security”. The event, organised by Canadian Association for Security & Intelligence Studies Vancouver (CASIS), offers a platform to discuss the development of human security tools and methodology for military […]

Project Solebay Conference: Assessing the risk of modern slavery in conflict

Call for papers Project solebay resized

We are delighted to announce that the Project Solebay: Assessing the risk of modern slavery in conflict conference will take place at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, London, on 14 May 2019. The event, organised by Trilateral Research and hosted by St Mary’s University, culminates work done in Project Solebay, which involves the development of risk assessment […]

SATORI final conference draws over 140 participants

More than 140 participants and high-level EU officials attended the SATORI project (of which Trilateral is deputy coordinator) final conference held in Brussels on 18-19 September 2017. The conference discussed current and future trends in ethics of R&I. The SATORI Final Conference Ethics Assessment of Research and Innovation: Looking to the Future was one of […]