Investigating systems of social protection and assistance in countries driven by technologies.
Such data and technologies are commonly used to automate, predict, identify, surveil, detect, target and punish. Examples are: the rapid spread of biometric identification systems; the automation of systems to establish eligibility for welfare benefits; digital systems built to detect and prevent welfare fraud; algorithms and other tools to score individuals on the basis of risk or needs; and the increase of online platforms to interact with and keep track of welfare beneficiaries.
The project I lead aims to contribute to this emerging field by undertaking research, stimulating debate and forging networks.
Executive Director, Fundación Ciudadanía Inteligente; Race and Technology Fellow, Stanford
CEO / Founder, Women at the Table; Co-Founder, <A+> Alliance
President, Italian National Innovation Fund; Hon. Professor, Institute for Innovation and Public ...