Technology-assisted Courtroom Judgements: What do you think?
The SPRITE+ funded Digital Technologies, Power and Control Challenge Working Group have published their latest blog, which discusses technology assisted courtroom judgements.
The Digital Technologies, Power and Control project brings together a diverse, cross-disciplinary group of academics, stakeholders and non-academic communities to address pressing needs in security, privacy, identity and trust. The work employs an action research model to solicit wide participation in societal decisions around Digital Technologies, Power and Control relying on theory, research and current practice from multiple academic and non-academic perspectives.
This work is led by Dr Lara Frumkin (The Open University), Dr Kovila Coopamootoo (Newcastle University), Dr Sabine Little (University of Sheffield) and Dr Vitor Jesus (Birmingham City University). Learn more about the project here.
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