NAAG Conference - The Surveillance Economy: The Supreme Court and Evolving Legal Principles of Privacy, AI, and Racial Disparities

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New technologies offer the promise of enhancing social welfare but can also exacerbate existing social inequalities and biases. They complicate our understanding of the very idea of privacy. Meanwhile state attorneys general have to navigate how states use technology and how to ensure the public they serve is not oppressed by it. Georgetown Law School Professor Heidi Li Feldman and former Federal District Court Judge Katherine Forrest examine some specific new technologies with an emphasis on how they affect our thinking about justice, welfare, and privacy more generally. This session helps those who work in state attorneys general offices begin to grapple with the challenges posed when potentially controversial legal ideals and powerful technologies collide.

Moderated by Maura Healey, Massachusets Attorney General

Heidi Li Feldman, Professor of Law, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Georgetown University Law Center
Katherine Forrest, Partner, Litigation, Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP 

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