EPIC Promotes "Algorithmic Transparency" at Annual Meeting of Privacy Commissioners

Speaking at the 38th International Conference of the Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Marrakech, EPIC President Marc Rotenberg highlighted EPIC's recent work on algorithmic transparency and also proposed two amendments to Asimov's Rules of Robotics. Rotenberg cautioned that autonomous devices, such as drones, were gaining the rights of privacy - control over identity and secrecy of thought - that should be available only for people. Rotenberg also highlighted EPIC's recent publication "Privacy in the Modern Age", the Data Protection 2016 campaign, and the various publications available at the EPIC Bookstore. The 2017 Privacy Commissioners conference will be held in Hong Kong.

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