- Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 1:00PM - 4:30PM
- Open To The Public
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Join us for a symposium on remote proctoring technology hosted by ISP's Privacy Lab initiative and Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (S.T.O.P.). This interdisciplinary discussion will examine how remote proctoring software promotes bias, undermines privacy, and creates barriers to accessibility.
Lindsey Barrett, Institute for Technology Law & Policy at Georgetown Law
Rory Mir, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Sava Saheli Singh, University of Ottawa AI + Society Initiative
David Brody, Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
Chris Gilliard, Harvard Kennedy School Shorenstein Center
Lia Holland, Fight For The Future
Chancey Fleet, Data and Society
Marci Miller, Potomac Law Group, PLLC
Tara Roslin, National Disabled Law Students Association
Moderated by Albert Fox Cahn of S.T.O.P. and Sean O'Brien of ISP
We will provide an overview of the technology used for remote proctoring, which ranges from keyloggers, to facial recognition, and other forms of artificial intelligence. Panelists will highlight the rapid growth of remote proctoring technology during the COVID-19 pandemic and its potential role in the future.
ISP, Privacy Lab