Events of interest to the Cyber Initiative community
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At these interest meetings, you can discuss research topics with Initiative leadership and meet potential collaborators. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to attend either event, or for further discussion about how your proposal idea might fit into one of the above focus areas. The full RFP text is available at https://cyber.stanford.edu/2018RFP. Stanford community only, please; proposals are limited to Stanford faculty and researchers.
RSVP IS REQUIRED for this free event: http://enews.law.stanford.edu/t/r-l-jyduilky-kuiilkuluh-t/
When you give sites and services information about yourself, where does it go? Who else will get hold of it, and what will they use it for? The recent revelations about Cambridge Analytica's acquisition of data about tens of millions of Facebook users without their knowledge or consent have prompted renewed interest in how data about us gets shared, sold, used, and misused -- well beyond what we ever expected. Join us for a SLATA/CIS lunchtime conversation with three experts from Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society as we discuss the legal and policy implications of the Cambridge Analytica scandal and responses from Congress and courts. How can we prevent this from happening again? What new problems might we create through poorly-crafted legal responses? Panelists: Daphne Keller: Director of Intermediary Liability, Stanford CIS; Jen King: Director of Consumer Privacy, Stanford CIS; Riana Pfefferkorn: Cryptography Fellow, Stanford CIS
This event is co-hosted by SLATA and the Center for Internet and Society.
Join Stanford GDPi and XPRIZE for a series of cross-sector conversations aimed at developing policy, product and action plans to build trust, democracy and human rights by design in artificial intelligence. For more information and to apply to attend, please see https://cddrl.fsi.stanford.edu/global-digital-policy-incubator/content/building-trust-ai-xprize-and-gdpi
The AiMIE (Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: Inclusion & Equity) Symposium recognizes and seeks to explore how AI and tech can help address the deeper problems of access and inequity in healthcare. The Stanford Presence Center is grateful for funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and our partnerships with the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality and the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS). Engaging physicians, scientists, public health professionals, humanists, ethicists, technologists, policy leaders, activists, legal professionals, non-profits, funders, patients, and the larger community, we plan to focus on the hope, the hype, the promise, the peril of AI in Medicine, with a specific focus on equity and inclusion. Topics will include (but are not limited to): demystifying the ABCs of AI and ML (machine learning); the current realities of poverty in America; the need and importance of improving the evidence base through data diversity; neutralizing the algorithmic bias and related problems; the barriers and challenges; the possible power of AI/Machine Learning in Medicine.
Register here: http://med.stanford.edu/presence/initiatives/rwj.html
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