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Gretchen Greene, founder of Greene Strategy and Analytics, is an AI policy advisor, computer vision scientist, lawyer, and autonomous car engineer. Greene's work on AI and governance includes developing best practices for AI and ethics in government, universities and industry and advising local and regional governments internationally on government AI strategy, use, and risk. Greene has been interviewed by the Economist, Forbes China, and the BBC. Greene has CPhil and MS degrees in math from UCLA, a JD from Yale, and publications in machine learning, science and policy journals. Greene is an affiliate researcher at MIT Media Lab and an affiliate at Harvard Berkman Klein Center.


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Wired

Why Some Cities Are Banning Facial Recognition Technology

BKC’s Gretchen Greene talks about the controversy surrounding facial recognition technology

Aug 6, 2019
Wired

Facial Recognition Is Suddenly Everywhere. Should You Worry?

The rapid adoption of the technology by the government has triggered a debate about the algorithms’ trustworthiness and how they are being used.

Aug 6, 2019
Wired

Some US Cities Are Moving into Real-Time Facial Surveillance

Gretchen Greene lends insight into the adoption of facial recognition technology in police departments across the U.S.

May 17, 2019
Wired

Spend Part of the $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan on Robots

Advances in robotics, hardware, and artificial intelligence have combined to make a new vision possible for how infrastructure maintenance and repair is carried out.

May 5, 2019
The Commons

What might someone else do in five years, when they’re sitting in your chair?

Stopping to think about the ethics and unintended consequences of new technology.

Mar 6, 2019
Medium

Buying your First AI

or “Never Trust a Used Algorithm Salesman”

A skeptic's guide to the market for AI technologies, especially for government and policymakers

Nov 7, 2018