Artificial Intelligence and New Technologies

Stop Surveillance Humanitarianism

July 11, 2019

New opinion article in the New York Times by Carr Center Technology and Human Rights Fellow Mark Latonero.

Requiring biometric data, like iris and facial scans, sets a dangerous precedent for vital aid.

A standoff between the United Nations World Food Program and Houthi rebels in control of the capital region is threatening the lives of hundreds of thousands of civilians in Yemen.

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