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IoT and Human Rights: The Machine and the Agent
The last post (for now!) in the Human Rights and IoT series will take us into the blame game of human rights adjudication. Here are links to earlier posts on the right to fair and decent work, the right to privacy, and tracking human rights violations. Human rights violations happen all the time. They will continue to happen. Technology is critical to certain types of protections, and in many cases, technology can help identify and adjudicate abuses. As technology becomes even more sophisticated, we may even start to think of “digital agents” as important actors in human rights practice. They have immense power over people’s lives, and their actions can cause human rights violations at a grand scale—even though the actions themselves can seem subtle.
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