Investigating AI and Surveillance Technology in Your Community [Sponsored]

  • Friday, Oct 09 – 12:15 PM – 1 PM ET (16:15 – 17 UTC)
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The use of algorithmic decision-making tools is on the rise across our institutions, from criminal justice and education to public benefits and health care. Take facial recognition as one example: Police can use a facial recognition app, built on a database of more than three billion images scrubbed from social media, to try and identify […]

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Hannah Sassaman
Policy Director, Movement Alliance Project
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Rashida Richardson
Visiting Scholar, Rutgers Law School
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Inioluwa Raji
Fellow, Mozilla Foundation


Kashmir Hill
Reporter, The New York Times
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