Let’s dare to imagine a future in which all citizens of the global digital ecosystem, no matter who they are or where they live, can enjoy equal rights to safety, freedom, and dignity. We have joined Equality Now and launched the Alliance for Universal Digital Rights (AUDRi), a step towards making that future a
The digital age is a reality; with its advance, the boundary between our physical and digital worlds is becoming increasingly blurred, yet regulation of the digital world is inconsistent and ineffective, and those who are most profoundly affected by this are the people, groups, and communities with the least power and privilege. To achieve universal
Workers versus Algorithms Labour rights in the Age of AI – with Aida Ponte Del Castillo and Jeremias Adams-Prassl Tuesday 28 June, 17.30 BST (18.30 CET) Join us for a fascinating and important discussion with the brilliant Aida Ponte Del Castillo from ETUI and Jeremias Adams-Prassl from Oxford University. We will be talking about employments
We are delighted to announce our next meetup on 13 December 5pm UK time / 6pm CET. We will be joined by Frank Pasquale (Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School and world famous legal scholar, author of The Black Box Society and New Law of Robotics. The discussion will focus on “AI Justification” as an
In the lead up to COP 26 I’ve noticed an increasing number of references to how Artificial Intelligence is going to save the planet and help us deal with climate change. But whenever I dig down into those claims, I don’t find much evidence to support them. The UK Government’s National AI strategy, launched in
8th July at 5pm BST with Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna and Gianclaudio Malgieri moderated by Ivana Bartoletti Join us as we discuss fairness, privacy, consumer law and the upcoming AI regulation such as the EU AI Act – and help us shape our campaigning on this fast-evolving landscape! Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna is a thought leader in transatlantic privacy.
with Jess Morley, Angelica Salvi Del Pero and Nazrin Huseinzade We would love to see many of you on the: TUESDAY 30 March, 17:30 GMT for a virtual get together. We will be with : Jess (@jessRmorley) is policy lead at the University of Oxford’s DataLab and a Doctoral candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute.
“Technology can make our workplaces better and work more flexible without a detrimental effect on productivity. With headlines showing women’s workload has increased due to house and childcare commitments, we need to ensure remote and flexible working arrangements do not add to the pressure. We need clarity around what constitutes surveillance and when (or if) it
Join the Women Leading in AI Network on the 3rd of November 2020 at 17:00 (BST) for a global conversation on how we can ensure AI artefacts are accountable and transparent, and what tools can be deployed to achieve that – and how we can create a global consensus around the need for rules governing AI