Coding Rights

Not My AI: A feminist framework to challenge algorithmic decision-making systems deployed by the public sector
Not My AI: A feminist framework to challenge algorithmic decision-making systems deployed by the public sector 10 March 2022 Coding Rights

Taking Latin America as a point of departure, this research seeks to contribute to the development of an anti-colonial feminist framework to question artificial intelligence systems that are being deployed by the public sector, particularly focused on social welfare programmes.

Feminist Internet Research Network (FIRN) second convening report (summary)
Feminist Internet Research Network (FIRN) second convening report (summary) 15 April 2021

In this report summary we share presentation briefs, quotes, insights and discussions from the Feminist Internet Research Network (FIRN) online convening, held from 15 to 23 June 2020.

Exploring the impact of internet protocols and architectures on human rights
Exploring the impact of internet protocols and architectures on human rights 26 March 2019 Avri Doria

The Human Rights Protocol Considerations Research Group (HRPC) in the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) is about to gather for its 11th meeting in a little over three years, on Thursday, 28 March.

Consent to our data bodies: Lessons from feminist theories to enforce data protection
Consent to our data bodies: Lessons from feminist theories to enforce data protection 25 March 2019 Paz Peña and Joana Varon

This research departs from the premise that we can learn from feminist theories and struggles to interpret consent towards building a more meaningful and collective approach to consent when we think about data protection.

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