AI

An ecosystems approach to biometric regulation

WPF is pleased to announce the publication of new work by our Executive Director, Pam Dixon, in the March 2022 Turkish Policy Quarterly. “This journal article is an outgrowth of long work looking at what could help in the biometric ecosystem to address and mitigate the consequential risks of biometrics when used singly and in combination,” Dixon

High-level session on the Future of AI: Join the discussion

Join the World Privacy Forum and others at a High-level session on the Future of AI, Thursday 24 February 2022 at the OCED International Conference on AI in Work, Innovation, Productivity and Skills. Details: 24 February 2022  13:45 – 14:45 CET , 7:45 am Eastern, 4:45 am Pacific.  Registration is free: https://oecd-events.org/2022-ai-wips Panelists for Future

WPF commends CAIDP’s AI and Democratic Values Index

WPF commends the publication of the Artificial Intelligence and Democratic Values Index by the Center for AI and Digital Policy (CAIDP). The Index, which was published 21 February 2022, contains an overview of AI implementation in the country-level context, covering 50 countries, and focusing on how implementations are progressing. WPF’s Executive Director, Pam Dixon, contributed to

WPF mini documentary on challenges in ID systems – launching 17 November

WPF is launching a mini-documentary about problems in identity systems on 17 November, 2021. Digital identity systems are generally accepted as positive tools for social good. Nevertheless, they can pose several dangers and cause significant concerns. This mini-documentary takes viewers on a tour around the world to hear from real people as they interact with identity systems in their own