Suzanne Vergnolle

Associate Professor in tech lawCNAM


Suzanne Vergnolle is an Associate Professor of Technology Law at the Cnam where she works at the intersection of Law, Technology, and Public Policy. In her PhD, she shook up the status quo of the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) by proposing innovative changes, like redefining the concept of personal data to align better with the purpose of processing, a proposal that can be directly transferred to the debates in the artificial intelligence field. Since then, she has been publishing influential research on European tech policy, such as on the Digital Services and and on the Artificial Intelligence Act.

She is a Research Associate at the Artificial and Natural Intelligence Toulouse Institute (ANITI) and has recently joined the Working group of the Forum on Information and Democracy dedicated to the implications of artificial intelligence on the information and communication space. Suzanne has been granted with a Chair on Content Moderation by the Ile-de-France region. In this role, she's set to explore how legislative and operational resources can strategically be harnessed in content moderation practices to contribute meaningfully to the public debate.


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