As the world rushes to put contact tracing and illness-tracking tools in place to enable effective response to the coronavirus pandemic, privacy experts are raising concerns about exactly how this technology will be built and governed.
Join us for a panel, co-sponsored by the Corporations and Society Initiative at Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, on the use and governance of surveillance technology during (and after) the coronavirus pandemic. Our panelists will discuss how to align private and public sector interests to benefit society and support public health efforts, while also preserving privacy and civil rights.
This panel will feature leading voices from policy, tech, and medicine:
Albert Gidari (moderator): Director of Privacy at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society
Inder Singh: Founder and CEO of Kinsa
Doug Fridsma, MD, PhD: Former President and Chief Executive Officer of AMIA, and Former Chief Science Officer for the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology
Jon Callas: Senior Technology Fellow at the ACLU, Cryptographer, Software Engineer, UX Designer, and Entrepreneur
Gretchen Greene: Senior Advisor at the Hastings Center, International AI Policy Advisor, Lawyer, Computer Vision Scientist, Autonomous Vehicle Engineer, and Former U.S. national lab mathematician
This event will run from 12:10PM to 1:10PM.