The Collision of AI and Privacy

Policy Circle Conversations at RAND

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Date:

February 20, 2018

Time:

4:30 p.m. Reception
5:15 p.m. Program

Location:

RAND Corporation
4570 Fifth Ave
Suite 600
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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Program

Algorithms and machine learning have brought us smart voice systems, driverless cars, and drone delivery systems. Your credit score, your job prospects, even your choice of a Friday night movie might all be determined by a computer program, all while your data is being collected. Society can benefit from this large-scale data exchange, for example, through medical research, economic forecasting, and urban planning. But what is happening to basic principles for the protection of personal information?

A panel of RAND experts will discuss the risks to privacy in the age of artificial intelligence.

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William Welser IV

Director, Engineering and Applied Sciences Department; Senior Management Scientist, RAND Corporation; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School; Co-Director of RAND's Impact Lab

Rebecca Balebako

Information Scientist, RAND Corporation

Osonde A. Osoba

Engineer, RAND Corporation; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School

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