Human Rights and Technology – Artificial Intelligence (Webinar)

Australian Human Rights Commission
Last Update January 20, 2022
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About This Course

This webinar was recorded & hosted LIVE on 15th June 2021 by the Australian Human Rights Commission.

This webinar focused on the human rights implications of the development and use of AI in areas such as the delivery of government services, recruitment, and criminal justice settings. It was an opportunity for stakeholders from civil society, human rights and community organisations to discuss the report recommendations and findings and their ramifications for human rights in Australia.


  • Edward Santow (Human Rights Commissioner)
  • Professor Kate Crawford (International expert on social implications of AI)
  • Hugh de Kretser, Executive Director (Human Rights Law Centre)


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Human Rights and Technology – Artificial Intelligence

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