How to Prevent Discriminatory Outcomes in Machine Learning
Machine learning applications are already being used to make many life-changing decisions – such as who qualifies for a loan, and whether someone is released from prison. A new model is n...
New digital platforms and technologies produce a wealth of data invaluable for championing human rights. They also present new challenges when it comes to inclusion, accountability and trust. The Global Future Council on Human Rights and Technology will focus on leveraging technology for human rights promotion and advocacy, and will bring together academics, business leaders, and civil society to identify ways to strengthen responsible use of data and promote evidence-based policy-making.
Sherif Elsayed-Ali, Director, Global Issues, Amnesty International
Alexa Koenig, Executive Director, Human Rights Center, Berkeley Law, University of California, Berkeley
Berit Gleixner, Community Specialist, Civil Society, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Ventura, Acting Head of Civil Society Communities, Society and Innovation, Lisa.Ventura@weforum.org