Professor, Information Technology and Public Policy, Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University
Author of “Deepfakes: The Coming Infopocalypse”
Eva Kaili is a Member of the European Parliament (MEP), part of the Hellenic S&D Delegation since 2014.
In January 2022, she was elected as Vice President of the European Parliament for the second half of the ninth legislature. Her responsibilities include the Parliament’s ICT Innovation Strategy, Informatics & Telecommunications, European Strategy and Policy Analysis System, the Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA), Corporate Social Responsibility, replacing the President for business associations, Middle East , and multilateral bodies, including the UN and the WTO.
Kaili is the first woman to chair the STOA Panel and the Centre for Artificial Intelligence (C4AI). She is a Member of the Committees on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE), Economic and Monetary Affairs (ECON), Budgets (BUDG), the Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence in a Digital Age (AIDA), and the Committee of Inquiry to investigate the use of Pegasus and equivalent spyware (PEGA).
Kaili has worked intensively on promoting innovation as a driving force of the European Digital Single Market. She drafted legislation in the fields of blockchain, online platforms, big data, fintech, AI, cybersecurity, cybersurveillance, EFSI2, InvestEU, and FuelEU Maritime.
She is also a member of the delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly (DACP), the delegation for relations with the Arab Peninsula (DARP), and the delegation for relations with the NATO Parliamentary Assembly (DNAT).
Prior to her election as MEP, she was a Member of the Greek Parliament (2007-2012). Before her political career, she worked as a journalist and newscaster.
Kaili holds a bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Civil Engineering, and a postgraduate degree in International and European Affairs.
Schick helps organisations and businesses understand and navigate the exponential technological changes of our age. She is an expert in deepfakes and synthetic media, cybersecurity and the geopolitics of technology. Nina has advised global leaders including Joe Biden and Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former Secretary General of NATO. She also advises private companies, government agencies and NGOs. Schick’s debut book “Deepfakes” was released in 2020. She has been published in the MIT Tech Review, The New York Times, UnHerd and TIME. Schick also appeared at TedX, CogX and WebSummit in 2021. She speaks seven languages and calls London, Berlin and Kathmandu home.