SpeakerVice President for Policy at the Center for Democracy & Technology
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Facial recognition technology is sweeping into our public and private lives. The government is deploying it at the border and throughout law enforcement investigations. Technology companies are building it into their social networks. Employers are using it to monitor movements and productivity. As technology becomes increasingly powerful, accurate, and versatile, it’s raising more and more privacy and civil liberties concerns, especially for marginalized or vulnerable populations. Christopher Calabrese, Vice President for Policy at the Center for Democracy & Technology will discuss the pros and cons of facial recognition technology, how it is changing many aspects of our lives, and how policymakers should address it.
Co-sponsored by ESC: The Center for Ethics, Society, & Computing.