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August 2020

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This month on TAP, scholars have examined how working from home is a critical weapon against Covid-19; how humans and artificial intelligence could work together in the decision-making process; how privacy law should be reframed to promote trust, and what the private-browsing tools available with most browsers actually provide users.

 

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TAP SCHOLARS

    COVID-19 and Electronic Health Data
    September 3, 2020, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM MDT, online
    Silicon Flatirons
    As COVID-19 sweeps the nation, accessing and using health information is more important than ever. Robust electronic health record systems, that are interoperable, but also protect privacy are essential. This event examines new tools EHR companies have developed, and how health care entities, providers, and public health bodies use the data collected.

     

    Virtual Contextual Integrity town hall
    September 22, 2020, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST, online
    DLI @ Cornell
    In lieu of an in-person symposium this year, organizers are instead planning a two hour virtual CI Town hall meeting to discuss Privacy and COVID-19. This event will discuss the relevance of CI to pandemic contact tracing, as well as serving as an opportunity to jumpstart new collaborations and connect old and new members of the CI community who otherwise might not have the chance to interact.

     

    The Future of Work(ers): Using Technology to Empower Workers in the Age of AI and Automation
    September 29, 2020, online
    Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
    How might companies use technology to shape a positive Future of Work for workers? This conference will explore these questions through the lens of some of the most common jobs in the world that will likely be impacted by AI and automation. Hear from leaders and experts about the risks and unintended consequences of AI and automation on workers.