Leading privacy experts and advocates discuss use of artificial intelligence by local government.
Artificial Intelligence and machine learning allow municipalities new ways to better provide services to the public. However, concerns about privacy, bias, and other social justice issues abound. According to the ACLU of Northern California, “These technologies can cause real harm to people.” Join us on November 26, 2019 on the SCU Campus at 7 pm, when privacy expert Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian, and ACLU attorney Jake Snow discuss the ethical pitfalls of smart city initiatives and how best to use these emerging technologies. Irina Raicu, director of the center’s Internet Ethics program, will moderate this important discussion.”
This event is part of the IT, Ethics and Law Lecture Series, the AI for Social Impact Speaker Series and is co-sponsored by the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.