Privacy as a Human Right Gets Lip Service. A Report Shows a Different Path

A Harvard University report has defined two choices for people to make when it comes to artificial intelligence: 1. Decide that AI, as it is imagined today, should not be created or 2. Demand that research and industry hard-wire privacy protection into the technologies. Neal Cohen, privacy director at Onfido Ltd. and technology and human rights fellow at Harvard’s Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, authored the report and he argues that too little debate focuses on how to prevent people from being harmed by the way the technology uses private data in building algorithms.

 

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