Facial Recognition and Biometrics – Technology and Ethics

  • January 29, 2020
  • Dinner, Discussion
  • London
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Carly Kind
Director, Ada Lovelace Institute
James Dipple- Johnstone
Deputy Commissioner, Information Commissioner's Office
Professor Carsten Maple
Professor of Cyber Systems Engineering and Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor, University of Warwick
Matthew Ryder QC
Matrix Chambers

Ada Lovelace Institute

This discussion appeared in the FST journal below.

This issue of the Foundation's journal includes reports of the post- Brexit International research collaboration debate, the use of biometrics and facial recognition technologies, and a guest editorial on a sustainable and inclusive future for all by Jim McDonald.

Volume 22, Issue 7