The Digital Revolution has transformed the humanitarian sector, offering up innovative ways of capturing and exploiting crisis intelligence alongside new forms of digital assistance and data driven interventions. But there is growing concern, as crisis affected populations now have to contend with digital surveillance, electronic exploitation, and the weaponization of information, along with the harmful unintended side-effects of digital data experimentation, violations of privacy, and mishandling of sensitive information that goes along with the humanitarian sectors’ efforts to deploy emerging technologies. How might we approach these challenges and ensure that we Do No Digital Harm
02-10-2018 17:00 - 17:30Hosted by: Joseph Guay
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