Please join the Human Rights, Big Data and Technology Project for a panel discussion on
“Algorithmic Accountability and Human Rights”
26 March 2019
6.30 pm, The Royal Society, London
with panel members
Dr Lina Dencik (Co-Director Data Justice Lab)
Professor Lorna McGregor (Director HRBDT Project)
Petra Molnar (University of Toronto)
Dr Daragh Murray (Deputy Work Stream Lead, HRBDT Project)
Artificial intelligence and other forms of algorithmic decision-making exert significant influence over nearly all aspects of modern life, but our understanding of both the impact of these technologies and how to regulate them is only developing. This event will discuss the impact of artificial intelligence on different areas of life, with a particular focus on data justice and immigration decisions. A new proposal for algorithmic accountability developed by the Human Rights, Big Data & Technology project will then be presented, discussing how human rights can provide an overall framework through which to address accountability across the full algorithmic life cycle, while also incorporating existing technological solutions.
Please arrive from 6.15 pm for a 6.30 pm start
A drinks and canapés reception follows the panel discussion
from 7.45 pm until 8.30 pm
This event is free and open to the public. Registration by 21 March 2019 is essential.
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