WPF Executive Director Pam Dixon will present a lecture on privacy, ethics, machine learning, and society at the Sackler Forum Feb. 1 in Washington, DC. The Sackler forum is jointly sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences and the Royal Society and was established to help the scientific leadership of the U.K. and the U.S.
WPF Media Fellow Blake Hamilton and Executive Director Pam Dixon will be attending the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. We will be looking at new technology on the show floor, and attending multiple day-long seminars focused on specific technology areas. CES is the largest event showcasing the newest products and trends in consumer technology. Our
This Wednesday at 5:30 the Pacific Northwest College of Art is hosting an informal conversation on designing workable and just digital privacy systems and policies in the Collaborative Design studio with Pam Dixon of World Privacy Forum, and Dawn Nafus, Senior Research Scientist at Intel as well as members of the Collaborative Design faculty. Some of the topics
WPF executive director Pam Dixon will be moderating a portion of the Defining Fairness workshop on algorithms, technical processes, and fairness convened by the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and the Center for Research on Computation and Society at Harvard University. What: Defining Fairness: On the Sociotechnical Algorithms and Systems of the Future
The World Privacy Forum’s Pam Dixon delivered a keynote talk on privacy and biometrics at the yearly Biometrics Institute gathering in London, which was held this year Oct. 18-20. She also gave a privacy briefing for Biometrics Institute members prior to the conference, and participated in a NIST workshop on recent developments in biometrics. The keynote