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Big Data and Artificial Intelligence: The Human Rights Dimension for Business

The Human Rights and Business Initiative at the Center for Responsible Business & Humanity United

Thursday, February 23, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM (PST)

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Please join the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business and the Microsoft Technology and Human Rights Center for their first Annual Conference on Business, Technology, and Human Rights. The 2017 conference will be a full- day event of engaging dialogue. Through panel discussions and breakout sessions, corporate practitioners as well as human rights and AI experts from academia, civil society, and government will explore questions such as:

  • What are the human rights implications of big data, algorithmic decision-making and artificial intelligence?
  • How can big data and AI help create practical solutions to human rights challenges?
  • How should companies develop and use big data and AI responsibly? 

The conference includes lunch and will be followed by a closing reception.

 


 

Draft Agenda

8:15am Light Breakfast & Registration

8:30am Welcome and Opening: Big Data and Artificial Intelligence – The Human Rights Dimension for Business

9:00am SessionThe Human Rights Risks of AI and Big Data

10:15am Networking Break

10:45am Session: The Corporate Scope of Responsibility in Light of AI and Big Data

12:00pm Networking Lunch

12:30pm Lunchtime InterviewHow the IT Sector is Partnerning to Develop Responsible AI

1:30pm Session: Good Jobs in the Age of Automation | How can companies responsibly deploy robotics and AI and what is the responsibility of business to address risks?

2:45pm Networking Break

3:15pm Session: Preventing Discrimination | Are algorithms part of the problem or the solution?

4:15pm Session: Looking to the Future | What does the future of AI hold?

5:30pm Networking Reception

 


 

Confirmed Speakers

 

Deepak Agarwal

LinkedIn

VP Engineering, Head of Relevance and AI

Norberto Andrade

Facebook

Privacy and Public Policy Manager

Lukas Biewald

CrowdFlower

Founder

 

     
Solon Barocas Camille Crittenden

Solon Barocas

Microsoft

Postdoctoral Researcher

 

Robert Boorstin

Albright Stoneridge Group

Senior Vice President

 

Camille Crittenden

UC Berkeley

Deputy Director, CITRIS and the Banatao Institute

     
Steve Crown

Steve Crown

Microsoft

Vice President and Deputy General Counsel

Michelle De Mooy

Center for Democracy & Technology

Director, Privacy and Data

Eileen Donahoe

Stanford University

Distinguised Fellow, Center for International Governance Innovation 

     
Susan Hauser

Martin Ford

Author, Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future


Dawn Gearheart

International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 117

Association Policy Coordinator

 

Susan Hauser

Microsoft

Corporate Vice President, Business and Corporate Responsibility

     
Keith Hiatt

Terrence Hendershott

UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business

Vice President, Human Rights Program

Keith Hiatt

Benetech

Vice President, Human Rights Program


Peggy Hicks

UN OHCHR

Director, Thematic Engagement


     

Alexa Koenig

UC Berkeley School of Law

Executive Director, Human Rights Center

Mark Latonero

Data & Society

Lead, Data & Human Rights

Rich Lyons

UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business

Dean

     
Faris Natour

Deirdre Mulligan

UC Berkeley, School of Information

Associate Professor

Faris Natour

UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business

Director, Human Rights & Business Initiative

Brandie Nonnecke

UC Berkeley 

Program Director, CITRIS

 

     

Stuart Russell

Mike Posner

NYU, Stern School of Business

Director, Center for Business and Human Rights

Chloe Poynton

Article One Advisors

Co-Founder and Principal

 

Stuart Russell

UC Berkeley

Professor of Computer Science

 

     
Marissa Saretsky

Marissa Saretsky

UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business

Program Director, Human Rights & Business Initiative

David Schilling

Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility

Senior Program Director

Bernard Shen

Microsoft 

Assistant Generate Counsel



Have questions about Big Data and Artificial Intelligence: The Human Rights Dimension for Business? Contact The Human Rights and Business Initiative at the Center for Responsible Business & Humanity United

When & Where


California Memorial Stadium
University Club
2227 Piedmont Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94720

Thursday, February 23, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM (PST)


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The Human Rights and Business Initiative at the Center for Responsible Business & Humanity United

The Center for Responsible Business develops leaders who redefine business for a sustainable future.  We connect students, businesses, and faculty to mobilize the positive potential of business to create a more equitable, inclusive, and sustainable society.  Our Human Rights and Business Initiative seeks to embed human rights in management education and business through teaching, research and collaboration.  Connect with us online at responsiblebusiness.haas.berkeley.edu




Humanity United is a foundation dedicated to bringing new approaches to global problems that have long been considered intractable. Working from a belief that whatever problems humans create humans can solve, Humanity United builds, leads, and supports efforts to change the systems that suppress human rights and contribute to human suffering.  Launched in 2008, HU is part of The Omidyar Group, which represents the philanthropic, personal, and professional interests of Pam and Pierre Omidyar.




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