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Peggy Valcke – CITIP

This study resulted in the first prototype of the EU Media Pluralism Monitor, which is now implemented on an annual basis by EUI's Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (CMPF). Peggy's current research focus lies with the rise of artificial intelligence, in particular algorithmic decision-making, in law enforcement, transport, media services, etc., and the ethical-legal implications thereof, especially in relation to human rights and the allocation of responsibilities / legal liabilities.

She was previously a member of the ethical advisory boards of the IMI-EMIF (European Medical Information Framework) and IMI-ROADMAP projects, which aimed to develop common information frameworks of medical and research data, and of the advisory board for the MIRACLE project, that dealt with “Machine-readable and interoperable age classification labels in Europe”. She has served as an expert for organisations like the European Commission, the Council of Europe, the German Media Concentration Commission and the Broadcast Authority of Ireland, as well as public administrations and authorities in Belgium.