Bill of Rights for an Automated Society: The Criminal Justice System
This convening explored current and emergent uses of technology in the criminal justice system and considered how they advance or undermine public safety and democratic values. Panelists discussed the role of technological innovation or technology regulation in ongoing debates regarding the criminal justice system and society, notions of public and community safety, and meaningful redress of harm.
Deputy Assistant to the President on Racial Justice & Equity
Director of Policing Innovation and Reform, University of Chicago Crime Lab
Director, Fourth Amendment Center, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Executive Director, From Prison Cells to PHD; Assistant Professor, Howard University College of Medicine
Campaign Strategies Director, MediaJustice