Intelligent Information Privacy Management
Papers from the AAAI Spring Symposium
Michael Genesereth, Roland Vogl, and Mary-Anne Williams, Cochairs
Privacy is one of the key challenges of our time, and significant scientific breakthroughs are needed to build a new breed of computer systems that enable meaningful user privacy management. This symposium takes a transdisciplinary approach in its exploration of privacy management by drawing from law, computer science, artificial intelligence, and business. There is a significant and growing need to identify privacy requirements in application development and to use intelligent technology-enabled solutions to assist users to monitor and manage their personal information in a more transparent proactive fashion. The symposium received a large number of high quality papers covering a broad range of privacy related topics. From this technical report, we hope that readers might improve their understanding of privacy requirements, and learn more about important aspects of information privacy management frameworks, tools and techniques.