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This year’s event follows up on the 2016 Brussels Privacy Symposium regarding Identifiability: Policy and Practical Solutions for Anonymization and Pseudonymization. The 2017 Symposium, titled AI Ethics: The Privacy Challenge, will focus on developing ideas that address the ethical challenges associated with the new capabilities Artificial Intelligence technologies present for democratic institutions, human autonomy, and the social fabric of our society. This academic workshop will discuss ways to harness the power of AI and machine learning to better protect individuals’ privacy and security, helping consumers to navigate complex sociotechnical architectures in smart cities and homes, transportation systems, financial transactions, and content platforms. Papers are expected to address areas such as algorithmic due process and accountability, fairness and equity in automated decision making, societal implications of autonomous experimentation and leveraging AI to enhance privacy.