United Nations AI Ethics Advisor, Stanford University Fellow: Race & Technology
Elizabeth M. Adams is a United Nations AI Ethics Advisor, a Stanford University Fellow: Race & Technology and Ethical AI - Civic Tech: Racial Equity, Technology & the City of Minneapolis. She's an Advisor/Consultant to the 3C multi-nation & multi-stakeholder process for the Office of the Under-Secretary General and Special Advisor on Preparations for the 75th UN Anniversary & the SG’s Roadmap for Digital Cooperation. On 11 June 2020, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres presented a set of recommended actions for the international community to help ensure all people are connected, respected, and protected in the digital age. The Secretary-General’s Roadmap for Digital Cooperation is the result of a multi-year, multi-stakeholder, global effort to address a range of issues related to the Internet, artificial intelligence, and other digital technologies. The Civic Tech: Racial Equity, Technology & the City of Minneapolis seeks to build upon the existing City of Minneapolis’ Strategic and Racial Equity Action Plan by adopting technology considerations such as transparent tech design in predictive analytics used in bail algorithms, data collected from body cameras, facial recognition and video surveillance.
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