Facial Recognition Bans and Moratoriums

To what extent should we limit facial recognition technologies? In my February blog post titled, “Facial Recognition in 2020”, I asked what the “man in the street” thinks about facial recognition ending with, “Maybe in 2020 we’ll find out.” Well, I think we have. After the police killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breaonna Taylor, and GeorgeContinue reading “Facial Recognition Bans and Moratoriums”

Algorithmic Unfairness and Racial Injustice in America’s Criminal Legal System

In America, we are currently living through a moment of heightened awareness of racialized police brutality and, in response,  the reawakening of a racial justice movement. In this same period, we’ve seen an incredible expansion in the use of data analytics and AI technologies in almost all industries, including the criminal legal system. No oneContinue reading “Algorithmic Unfairness and Racial Injustice in America’s Criminal Legal System”