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Wednesday, June 12 • 5:15pm - 6:30pm
Using Machine Learning for Human Rights

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In this session, we will explore opportunities in using machine learning for advancing human rights. The first 20 minutes of the session will be used to showcase examples of applications of machine learning for human rights and outlining some of the opportunity areas for the human rights movement, drawing on the joint experience of Amnesty International and Element AI. The presenters have, collectively, extensive experience in human rights, machine learning, and developing technological applications for human rights. The remainder of the session will be run in a 'world cafe' format with table conversations around different sub-topics. Tables will discuss specific opportunity areas, risks associated with using machine learning for human rights purposes, as well as constraints that are limiting the exploitation of existing opportunities. Each table will have a conversation lead from a different organisation, in order to bring diverse experiences to the discussion.

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avatar for Milena Marin

Milena Marin

Senior Advisor for Tactical Research, Amnesty International
I have over ten years’ experience working at the intersection of technology, data and social good on issues like human rights, public sector transparency, anti-corruption and open data. Currently, I am with Amnesty’s Evidence Lab, where I work on complex human rights investigations... Read More →


Wednesday June 12, 2019 5:15pm - 6:30pm
Carthage 1 (Laico)

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