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

OECD AI Expert Group; WPF delegate

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 third meeting of the group, to continue discussions of a principle framework.The AIGO is crafting guidelines on AI as part of the OECD Going Digital, Working Party on Security and Privacy

WPF at CES 2019

WPF will be participating in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019. CES is the largest electronics show in the world, and serves as advance notice for emerging technologies and privacy trends. WPF’s schedule at CES is as follows: Tuesday: Digital Money Wednesday: Digital Health Thursday: Student privacy, identity technologies & biometrics, IoT Friday: Smart cities,

WPF to testify about AI and privacy at Federal Trade Commission

WPF executive director Pam Dixon will testify before the US Federal Trade Commission in a hearing focused on “Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, and Predictive Analytics,” to be held Nov. 13-14, 2018 in Washington DC. Event details Date: November 13 & 14, 9am-5 pm Location: HOWARD UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW 2900 Van Ness St NW, Washington, DC

Keynote address, United Nations; Women and Privacy

WPF Executive Director will be addressing the United Nations in a keynote talk 7 November, Global digital privacy myths and realities for women. The address will kick off a workshop focused on safe provisioning of services for women globally. The event will be held at UN Headquarters in Vienna, Austria. During the workshop portion of the