As countries around the world have scrambled to respond to and contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, contact tracing technologies and apps have emerged as a potential method for understanding how the virus has spread and how governments should subsequently act. However, advocates and activists have raised concerns that the use of contact tracing technologies can create significant privacy risks for citizens around the globe. Join YPFP for a discussion on how contact tracing technologies have been implemented around the world during the COVID-19 pandemic thus far, and what risks and benefits have emerged.
Speakers:Anna Carroll, Associate Fellow, Global Health Policy Center, Center for Strategic & International Studies
Cansu Canca, Ph.D., Founder and Director, AI Ethics Lab
Marian Adly, Program Manager, Strategic Engagements, Cloud Healthcare, GoogleMishi Choudhary, Legal Director, Software Freedom Law CenterModerated by Spandi Singh, YPFP Cybersecurity & Technology Discussion Group Co-Chair