Dena Dervanović Persson contributes to "AI in eHealth: Human Autonomy, Data Governance and Privacy in Healthcare"


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Associate Dena Dervanović Persson has contributed to the Cambridge University Press book "AI in eHealth: Human Autonomy, Data Governance and Privacy in Healthcare". The chapter written by Dena specifically deals with data protection implications of forensic genealogy.

The book addresses the challenges of data protection perspectives in emerging healthcare products and services, and brings together scholars from medicine and law, but also ethics, management, philosophy, and computer science, to examine current and future technological, policy and regulatory issues. With a number of comparative case studies, the book offers a high-level, global, and interdisciplinary perspective on the normative and policy dilemmas raised by the proliferation of information technologies in a healthcare context.

Dena Dervanović Persson specialises in privacy and data protection law, and also advises on financial regulation and corporate compliance.