Publications

Our research considers the human rights implications of big data and associated technologies. The Project uses multiple methodologies, including desk-based research, qualitative interviews, econometrics, comparative case studies and computational techniques.

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A Paradigm Shift: Detecting Human Rights Violations Through Web Images
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Humanitarian assistance download March 30, 2017 Download
Creating Safe Zones and Safe Corridors in Conflict Situations: Providing Protection at Home or Preventing the Search for Asylum?
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Humanitarian assistance download June 1, 2017 Download
Detection of Human Rights Violations in Images: Can Convolutional Neural Networks Help?
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Humanitarian assistance download March 12, 2017 Download
Evaluating Deep Convolutional Neural Networks for Material Classification
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Humanitarian assistance download March 16, 2017 Download
Exploring Object-Centric and Scene-Centric CNN Features and Their Complementarity for Human Rights Violations recognition in images
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Humanitarian assistance download May 12, 2018 Download
Identifying Perpetrator Information in Individual-Level Data
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Humanitarian assistance download October 30, 2017 Download
Technical Memo for Amnesty International Report on Deaths in Detention
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Humanitarian assistance download August 18, 2016 Download
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70
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Algorithmic accountability download, Companion robots download, Consent download, Corporate responsibility download, Facial recognition download, Health download, Humanitarian assistance download, Intelligence oversight download, Law enforcement download, Mis and disinformation and deep fakes download, Open source investigations download December 20, 2018 Download