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Justyna Lisinska

Justyna Lisinska

Policy Analyst

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Justyna Lisinska is a policy analyst at the Center for Data Innovation. Previously, she worked as a policy research fellow at King's College London, where she developed a policy programme for the UK's largest project on autonomous systems. She also has experience working within the government and with government officials. Justyna holds a Ph.D. in Web Science from the University of Southampton.

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Recent Publications

July 9, 2024

The AI Act’s AI Watermarking Requirement Is a Misstep in the Quest for Transparency

The AI Act requires providers of AI systems to mark their output as AI-generated content. This labelling requirement is meant to allow users to detect when they are interacting with content generated by AI systems to address concerns like deepfakes and misinformation. Unfortunately, implementing one of the AI Act’s suggested methods for meeting this requirement — watermarking — may not be feasible or effective for some types of media.

June 27, 2024

Irish DPA’s Request to Meta Is a Misguided Move

The Irish Data Protection Authority (DPA) requested Meta pause its plans to train AI on public posts from its users last week. This request, instigated by complaints and pushback from the advocacy group NOYB (“none of your business”), is a shortsighted move that threatens to stifle innovation in developing AI systems.

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