Dec 6, 2017
As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more prevalent in the domains of security and employment, what are the policy implications? What effects might AI have on cybersecurity, criminal and civil justice, and labor market patterns?
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?
In this Events @ RAND podcast, RAND experts discuss risks to privacy in the age of artificial intelligence.
Director, Engineering and Applied Sciences Department; Senior Management Scientist; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School; Co-Director of RAND’s Impact Lab
Information Scientist, RAND Corporation
Engineer, RAND Corporation; Professor, Pardee RAND Graduate School