Teresa is a PhD candidate at DTU Compute, working on algorithms and data structures. She has an MSc in applied mathematics. Her interest in algorithms is based on a passion for logic and combinatoric puzzles. Additionally, she is concerned about social issues like privacy and fairness of algorithmic decision making. An internship at IST Austria (http://pub.ist.ac.at/crypto/) provided her with some background in cryptography.
Always up for communal singing.
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The aim of this talk is to:
- Give a motivation and introduction to differential privacy;
- Give a few examples of statistical and machine learning applications that work well with differential privacy;
- Explain the difficulties of applying differential privacy to queries based on graph structures (like social networks);
- Introduce my research on making online dating recommendation systems differentially private.
The talk is aimed at a broad audience. However, some math is unavoidable.
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