Tag: RightsCon Online
Pandemics, protests, and power in digital spaces: the 44th U.N. Human Rights Council Session in review
In the context of COVID-19 and a wave of protests across the globe, the U.N. Human Rights Council held its 44th session. Here’s our read-out on the reports and resolutions that are key for defending digital rights around the world.
Can we move beyond the AI hype to defend human rights?
Debunking AI myths may help us avoid blind techno-solutionism, to craft evidence-based public policy that supports AI uptake only when machine-learning systems are actually fit-for-purpose, and center and respect people and their rights.
Your complete guide to engaging with RightsCon Online
RightsCon Online (July 27-31, 2020) is bringing together a community of experts from around the world. Here are ways you can take part in the RightsCon experience.