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AI Policy Congress – Part 3 Healthcare

Written by Willie Boag Improving Healthcare with AI Technology During her research presentation on bringing…

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AI Policy Congress – Part 2 Democratizing AI through Transparency and Education

Written by Natalie Lao Demystifying Machine Learning for Regulators On Wednesday, January 16, Professor Hal…

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AI Policy Congress – Part 1 Governance Challenges

Written by Grace Abuhamad What Is the MIT AI Policy Congress? On January 15, 2019,…

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How an Australian Surveillance Bill Will Affect Encryption Worldwide

Authored by Michael Specter This week, the Australian parliament will hear testimony on a bill that,…

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New Cross-Disciplinary Group Contemplates AI Ethics

MIT Students Address Ethical Issues in the Areas of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Autonomous Machines…

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New Paper Paves The Way For More Transparency For Court System Without Revealing Data

IPRI Researchers Present At USENIX Conference Internet Policy Research Initiative student Jonathan Frankle, along with…

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Data From Airport Facial Recognition Devices – Are There Safeguards In Place?

Airport Facial Recognition Devices – what’s going on with the data? Did you know Airlines…

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When Should Law Enforcement Use Facial Recognition Technology?

Facial Recognition technology is continuing to improve, yet even with all the improvements there are…

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Could Facial Recognition Technology protect our public schools better?

Could facial recognition technology prevent school shootings? With more high profile public school shootings the…

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U.S. Privacy Legislation: Now Is The Time

21 May 2018 Daniel Weitzner delivered a keynote address at the 2nd Annual Privacy &…

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