The Carr Center for Human Rights Policy invites you to join a study group on technology, human rights and artificial intelligence. The study group, which will meet three times this semester, is convened and moderated by Steven Livingston, Senior Fellow at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy. This is an open study group. No registration is required. The study group will meet from 1200 - 115 pm on three occasions this semester - Wednesday, February 13 in room Taubman-102 Topic Technology and Opensource Investigations - Wednesday, March 6 in room Wexner-102 Topic Disinformation - Wednesday, April 17 in room Wexner-102 Topic Superintelligent AI and Rights Session 2 - Disinformation
While open-source investigations have used data and technology to pry open the shroud that conceals war crimes and abuses, disinformation campaigns are used by perpetrators and their witting and unwitting allies in an effort to obfuscate and conceal. In this session we will investigate the methods used by perpetrators in disinformation campaigns. This will include a review of deepfakes, the synthetic visual and audio content created using artificial neural networks.