When law meets tech: moving toward rights-based AIWhen law meets tech: moving toward rights-based AI

To address the rights implications of AI, legal and human rights professionals must develop broader ...

To address the rights implications of AI, legal and human rights professionals must develop broader ...

By: Vanja Skoric
March 30, 2020
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Why is time relevant to human rights?

Focusing on the long term while acting in the short term could help the human rights movement meet growing challenges like the climate crisis and populist authoritarianism, explains César Rodríguez.
 



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