Dr. Tehilla Shwartz Altshuler

 Law and Technology Expert and Senior Fellow, Israel Democracy Institute, Israel

Dr. Tehilla Shwartz Altshuler is a Senior Fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute. She is a technology law and policy expert addressing the challenges and opportunities stemming from the information, surveillance, cyber, and artificial intelligence revolutions, especially their impact on democracy. 
In 2022, Dr. Shwartz Altshuler was selected as one of the 12 influential figures on tech policy in Israel. She is a monthly contributor to TheMarker magazine, and frequently shares her insights in local and international media. 
Dr. Shwartz Altshuler holds a Doctorate in Law from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and completed her post-doctoral studies at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. She has published several books, articles, and policy studies on media law and policy, privacy, ethics in AI, data policy, social networks, and digital propaganda. Her recent book, “Humans, Machines and the State: Towards Regulating A.I. in Israel,” (July 2023) pioneers the discussion on A.I. regulation in Hebrew. 
Dr. Shwartz Altshuler has composed the journalistic code of ethics for Israel's Public Broadcasting Corporation and since 2023, has been entrusted with overseeing the ethical tribunal of Israel's Journalists' Association. She is a member of the Supreme Council of Archives of the State of Israel and other public committees.