Facial Recognition Technology and Its Algorithmic Racial Bias
Many look to technology as a potential answer to remove bias from policing and promote fairness in courtroom proceedings. Technology as a tool may help remove some human biases but may create other problems. This panel will explore some of the implications of the growing use of video and AI technology in policing and the justice system and how that connects to efforts to eliminate bias.
This webinar will be the third in the University of Minnesota Law School’s series on bias in the criminal justice system – please join us!
- Ángel Díaz, Counsel, Liberty & National Security | Brennan Center for Justice
- Elizabeth Joh, Martin Luther King Jr. Professor of Law | UC Davis School of Law
- Deborah Raji, Technology Fellow | AI Now Institute at New York University
- Jameson Spivack, Policy Associate | Center on Privacy & Technology at Georgetown Law
The panel will be moderated by Francis Shen, Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota Law School and executive director of Education and Outreach for the MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Law and Neuroscience.