WPF moderating panel on biometrics, identity, privacy

WPF will be moderating a panel discussion at the spring meeting of the Biometrics Institute, to be held in the Washington, D.C. area. The topic will be a review of the Federal and state biometric legislation in the US, including new developments and approaches to principles in biometrics. The panel will be held Tuesday 26

OECD Committee on Digital Economic Policy meeting, WPF delegate

Pam Dixon, WPF Executive Director, is an expert advisor to the OECD on AI and a delegate of the AI Expert Group (AIGO). This group was tasked to prepare an initial draft of multinational consensus principles on AI. The AIGO has finished their work, and now WPF is representing civil society in the Committee on

IEEE Council on Extended Intelligence, WPF Delegate

Plenary and meeting, Saturday, 9 February 2019  Dubai, UAE  The IEEE Council on Extended Intelligence is holding a meeting and plenary session regarding artificial intelligence, identity, and other related issues. The CEI work regarding protecting digital identity intersects with WPF’s work; see our recent presentation on digital ID at Harvard Shorenstein Center (PDF) See IEEE Council on

OECD AI Expert Group Meeting

Pam Dixon, WPF Executive Director, is an expert advisor to the OECD on AI and a delegate of the AI Expert Group. This is the fourth meeting of the group, to complete discussions of a principles framework. The AIGO is crafting guidelines on AI as part of the OECD Going Digital, Working Party on Security and

WPF presentation on digital ID at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center

WPF’s Executive Director Pam Dixon will be presenting on privacy, policy, and digital identity at an all-day event on Good ID at Harvard’s Shorenstein Center Tuesday, February 5. WPF has worked on identity and privacy issues for many years; beginning with our groundbreaking work on medical identity theft, which created meaningful positive change in the