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In this Human Rights Forum, panelists from secondary and higher education, and the legal and nonprofit fields, will discuss how human rights protection intersects with digital technologies. Panelists will examine how digital technologies such as artificial intelligence, social media, surveillance mechanisms, and data collection and analysis can be used to enhance or detract from human rights protections. The panel will include perspectives on technology and business, use of technology in conflict zones, refugee and other vulnerable populations, discrimination, the digital divide?between different communities, and issues of privacy and information sharing.

 

During the event, panelists will each speak in their area of expertise, with Q&A and discussion among panelists and audiencemembers to follow. Lunch will be provided.

 

Panelists: Betsy Popken, Executive Director, Human Rights Center, UC Berkeley School of Law. Skylar Young, Associate with Kutak Rock Attorneys at Law. Tanyaradzwa (Tanya) DeWolf, Director of Legal Services, Immigrant Legal Center/Refugee Empowerment Center. Adam Vinter, Technology Coordinator, Omaha Public Schools. Bryan Dunne, Director of Information Management Services, Omaha Public Schools. Moderator: Matt Germonprez, Mutual of Omaha Distinguished Chair of Information Science & Technology, UNO

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  • Kellie Hall
  • Kassian Lemke-Elznic
  • Hollie Rosser

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