Several digital rights activists and technologists have created online challenges and activities to allow us to test our biases, our privacy, our prejudices, our security, and our vulnerability to misinformation. Some of the following games have been shown at MozFest. Virtual Activism has chosen this list: 1- Facework: Facework (2020) is a game that imagines […]Read more..
After being forced online last year due to the pandemic, AI for Good 2020 took to the internet and spread its discussions and panels over the entire year. In 2021, it is doing the same but now it has its very own YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4e35vN3-tSBZMNLE-wm45A Now all year, always online, AI for Good is committed […]Read more..
Civil society and nonprofit organizations needs to keep a close eye on current and emerging technology trends. This is because technology is changing rapidly and whether we all want it or not, it will change the way we work, think and interact. Technology has its wonders but it also has its areas of concern. At […]Read more..
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..