Access Now presented the European Human Rights Agenda for the Digital Age, detailing objectives and recommendations in the areas of data protection, content governance, artificial intelligence, surveillance, and connectivity. Access Now is also calling on EU lawmakers to put human rights at the center of upcoming digital policies, making recommendations in the following four main areas: Protect […]Read more..
Given the problems that may arise in the implementation of any AI-based technology, it has come to the international community’s attention that this implementation is closely connected to human rights. Implementation of AI without oversight allows for human rights violations, some of which are egregious. “Schools refer to these technologies as ‘student safety’ measures, but […]Read more..
This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is, “I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights”. The Generation Equality campaign is bringing together people of every gender, age, ethnicity, race, religion and country, to drive actions that will create the gender-equal world we all deserve. Together, we want to mobilize to end gender-based violence; we are calling for […]Read more..
World IA Day Boston (WIAD 2020) is an annual, world-wide, one-day conference celebrating information architecture. This year it was organized at Lesley University, Cambridge, MA, on Feb 22, and was attended by a gathering of Boston’s IA, UX, and design community. Marlyn Tadros was one of the speakers with a session entitled From Dorothy to Kramer: […]Read more..
All UN parallel events have been cancelled on account of the covid19 outbreak. At the invitation of the Center for Social Research, Marlyn Tadros, Executive Director of Virtual Activism and Associate Professor at SNHU, will be speaking at the Policy Dialogue on Prevention and Response to Online Human Rights Violations Against Women during the UN CSW64. This […]Read more..