AI Privacy in the Era of Black Lives Matter

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IBM, Amazon and Microsoft have all made recent announcements on the use of facial recognition AI for what the former called “mass surveillance, racial profiling, violations of basic human rights and freedoms”. Against the backdrop of intense scrutiny of racial bias at a societal level, technology and privacy professionals are ...

Last Thursday In Privacy: On-Demand Session

LTIP on demand

AI Privacy in the Era of Black Lives Matter

IBM, Amazon and Microsoft have all made recent announcements on the use of facial recognition AI for what the former called “mass surveillance, racial profiling, violations of basic human rights and freedoms”. Against the backdrop of intense scrutiny of racial bias at a societal level, technology and privacy professionals are increasing the volume of questions about the ethics of AI and machine learning. 

Join Women in AI’s Co Founder Ivana Batoletti and the panel of experts to discuss how algorithms face scrutiny over potential bias, and the intersection between privacy and anti-discrimination law when it comes to unfair outcomes. The panel will step back from the news and explore the core principles of building a risk-based approach to innovation and an ethics-by-design approach to AI development/deployment.

Hosted by:

  • Ivana Bartoletti (Technical Director, Deloitte), 
  • Dr Allison Gardner (Lecturer in Data Science, Keele University), 
  • Nero Ughwujabo (Advisor to UK Prime Minister),
  • Aiden Peppin (Researcher, Ada Lovelace Institute).