The Center for Technology and Society Studies (CETyS) is an academic and cross-disciplinary space for research, education, and communication of the policies and the development of digital processes in the public sphere.
Starting its activities in 2007, CETyS was managed by its founder Hernán Galperin, PhD, currently working as a professor at the University of Southern California (USC).
Nowadays, researchers and students from different disciplines of the CETyS work together in different projects and issues such as fintech, Internet governance, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, digital technologies regulation, Internet policy and economy, public policies, convergent communications, privacy, data protection, digital rights, electoral processes, intellectual property, philosophy of information, defense of the competition in digital markets, among others.
CETyS is a center for Latin America located at the University of San Andrés (UdeSA) in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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PhD. Senior Research Fellow at Centre for Global Cooperation Research GCR21, Universität Duisburg-Essen. Member of the UNESCO Expert Group in Recommendations on the AI Ethics. Researcher and professor of CETyS and University of San Andrés (UdeSA) focused on public policies and Internet governance. Honorary Director of CETyS.
Partner at Allende y Brea. Director of the International Diploma in Personal Data Protection (PDP) program. Editor of the Law and Technology Collection. Professor at CETyS and University of San Andrés (UdeSA). Lawyer focused on Internet law, data protection, Intellectual property, advertising law and technological transactions. Honorary Director of CETyS.
Master in Education by the University of San Andrés (UdeSA). Expert in education management. Researcher at CETyS focused on inclusion and digital literacy policies.
Head of Institutional Relations and Communication
Academic programs assistant
Pilar Hüppi Lo Prete
Maia Levy Daniel
Specialist in artificial intelligence governance, platform regulation and content moderation. Public Policy Consultant at Wikimedia Argentina. She has been Director of Research and Public Policy at Centro Latam Digital in Mexico and has consulted for different agencies, among other relevant positions in the field of digital policies and regulation.
Juan Del Nido
PhD in Social Anthropology, B.A. in Economics. Member of the Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy, University of Cambridge. Professor at Universidad Torcuato Di Tella. Researcher in ethics of technology, technological reasoning, moral economy of techno-solutionism, studying the affects, intuitions and economic and political logics of innovation.
PhD in Economics by the University Carlos III from Madrid. Researcher at CONICET and CETyS focused on digital regulation and competition, digital economy, online markets, Internet, payment markets economy and Fintech.
Sebastián M. Cabello
CEO at SmC+, a firm specializing in public digital issues. Expert in the regulation of telecommunications and digital economy, ICT public policies, sustainability campaigns, Chinese economy and Mercosur.
Lawyer specialising in video game regulation, artificial intelligence, ethics and intellectual property. Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Law at the DTD Program. Research Affiliate at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center.
Design and management of innovation in education. Researcher at CETyS focused on Education in the Knowledge Society. Teacher and researcher in the Chair of Data of the Bachelor’s Degree of Communication at the University of Buenos Aires.
Doctoral candidate at Harvard Law School. Worked at the Center for Democracy and Technology on the freedom of expression project and as legal advisor to the Attorney General in Argentina arguing cases of freedom of expression and other cases of constitutional law before the Supreme Court.
PhD in Political Science. Senior Manager of Public Policies at Internet Society. Researcher associated with INCT-DD and CEGOV / UFRGS in Brazil. Specialization: ICT Policies and Regulation; Internet governance; digital transformation; digital government; ICT governance in the public sector; State capacity and democracy; cybersecurity.ur.
Sofía Alamo, Delfina Ferracutti, Carla Gebetsberger, Pilar Hüppi Lo Prete, Matías Jackson Bertón, Iván Kirschbaum, Joaquín Maquieira Alonzo and Yamila Trautman.