Research event

#StayIn #ThinkOut: International Security in Times of COVID-19 #3

The third edition of our virtual discussion series #StayIn #ThinkOut: International Security in Times of COVID-19 will focus on the topic “What the current crisis can teach us about technology and justice”.

Frederike Kaltheuner is currently a Tech Policy Fellow at Mozilla, where she examines trustworthy AI, and the many ways in which AI systems are used to classify, judge, and evaluate people’s identities, feelings, and emotions. Before joining Mozilla, Frederike was a Programme Director at Privacy International in London, where she led the organisation’s strategic work on corporate surveillance and emerging technology. Frederike has given expert evidence in the European Parliament, the Belgium Parliament, and the UK House of Lords. She holds an MSc in Internet Science from the University of Oxford and a BA in Philosophy and Politics from Maastricht University.

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