|16 May 2023||17:00||Online|
Digital transformation and new technologies have profound and contradictory implications for human rights.
Are new technologies a human rights threat or a resource for action? Or both?
This conversation brings together AI and human rights experts, a forensic consultant, and an anthropologist of genocide and digital technologies to ask what does rights-promoting technology look like?
How can we untangle the ways in which new technologies undermine rights, support humanitarian action, and offer frameworks for regulation?
Join our panel of experts to discuss.
- Gina Neff, Executive Director, Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy
- Alexa Hagerty, Affiliate, Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy
- Damini Satija, Head of Algorithmic Accountability Lab and Deputy Director, Amnesty Tech, Amnesty International
- Anjali Mazumder, AI and Justice and Human Rights Theme Lead, Alan Turing Institute
- Luis Fondebrider, co-founder EAAF and Forensic consultant (former head of ICRC forensic unit)
The Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy is an independent team of academic researchers at the University of Cambridge, who are radically rethinking the power relationships between digital technologies, society and our planet.