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Wednesday, May 16 • 12:00 - 13:15
The Toronto Declaration on Discrimination in Machine Learning

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The Toronto Declaration on Discrimination in Machine Learning is a step toward developing detailed guidelines for the promotion of equality and protection of the right to nondiscrimination in machine learning. The Declaration will be crafted in the days leading up to RightsCon to address the substantial risks of discriminatory profiling in decision making driven by machine learning. Applied to big data sets, machine learning enables detailed discrimination caused by the underlying data and the design and implementation of systems. The lack of diversity among those designing and implementing systems contributes to these risks. The Declaration will address necessary protections for companies and governments exploring and implementing the future of machine learning.

Join the drafters of the Declaration for a roundtable to discuss the text, how it will be used, and next steps. The Toronto Declaration will form the basis for future work identifying and remediating the threats of discrimination in machine learning.

Speakers
avatar for Anna Bacciarelli

Anna Bacciarelli

Advisor on Technology and Human Rights, Amnesty International
I'm an advisor and researcher on technology and human rights at Amnesty International, based in London but looking at global impacts of artificial intelligence and big data on human rights. | | I'm happy to chat about all things AI and rights - particularly opportunities for collaborative... Read More →
avatar for Sherif Elsayed-Ali

Sherif Elsayed-Ali

Director of Global Issues and Research, Amnesty International
avatar for Fanny Hidvégi

Fanny Hidvégi

European Policy Manager, Access Now
Fanny (@infofannny) is Access Now’s European Policy Manager based in Brussels. Previously, Fanny was International Privacy Fellow at the Electronic Privacy Information Center in Washington, D.C. where she focused on E.U.-U.S. data transfers. For three years Fanny led the Freedom... Read More →
avatar for Estelle Masse

Estelle Masse

Senior Policy Analyst, Access Now
Data protection, GDPR, Privacy, Net Neutrality
avatar for Drew Mitnick

Drew Mitnick

Policy Counsel, Access Now


Wednesday May 16, 2018 12:00 - 13:15
206A

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