New developments in Artificial Intelligence are transforming the world, from science and industry to government administration and finance. The Universal Guidelines for Artificial Intelligence, which will be released at the international conference of The Public Voice and ICDPPC in Brussels on October 23, aim to inform and improve the design and use of AI. The Guidelines are intended to maximize the benefits of AI, to minimize the risk, and to ensure the protection of human rights. Learn more and endorse the UGAI at thepublicvoice.org.
EPIC has launched a new project on Democracy and Cybersecurity to address growing concerns about cyber attacks on democratic institutions.
Noting widespread concern about the state of privacy in America, EPIC launched “Data Protection 2016,” a non-partisan campaign to make data protection an issue in the 2016 election.
In 2015, EPIC launched a project on algorithmic transparency, urging companies to show us the code that makes judgements about us.
The FTC is seeking public comment on its proposed Agreement with Google regarding Google Buzz, and EPIC wants your voice to be heard! Use the form below to help build your comments. EPIC will send your comments and information to the FTC and use them to help us write our own comprehensive recommendations to the FTC.
EPIC, joined by the Center for Digital Democracy, Consumer Action, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, and the Liberty Coalition launched the Privacy 2010 campaign at a press conference today on Capitol Hill. The organizations set out a Privacy Platform with recommended positions on 10 key privacy issues. Privacy 2010 also has a Facebook Cause page. As part of the Privacy 2010 campaign, EPIC said that it will release a Privacy Report Card for the Obama administration with grades on medical privacy, cyber security, consumer privacy, and civil liberties.